Cranogwen  by ajisaac


Every year on 8 March, the UK mark International Women's Day with various events: celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, and raising awareness of the barriers and discrimination they still face around the world.

For my (limited) contribution here is (another) shot of the recently installed statue of Cranogwen, the (Welsh) bardic name of Sarah Jane Rees (1839-1916).

Sarah was a sea-captain’s daughter, who followed various careers, as a sailor, teacher, poet, lecturer, journal editor, preacher and temperance movement leader.

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Great pov.
March 12th, 2024  
@ankers70 Thank you for your kind comment & fav.
March 13th, 2024  
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