Clementina Black


Born in Brighton in 1854 to the David Black, a successful solicitor, and Maria Patten a talented portrait painter.

In 1886 Clementina became acquainted with Eleanor Marx, daughter of Karl Marx, and this was to form the basis of her political beliefs and activism.

She quickly became involved in the Women’s Trade Union League and, that same year, was elevated to the position of honorary secretary.

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Roy Kinnear


Roy Kinnear was born in Lancashire in 1934.

His father was a dual sports international and played both Rugby Union and League.

His career started off in Newquay with the repertory theatre. However he is best known for his work on the hit television show That Was The Week That Was.

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