PINT-SIZED campaigners took a step back in time to find out more about inspirational Saddleworth Suffragette Annie Kenney.

A host of youngsters creatively commemorated 100 years of votes for women and honoured local "wonder woman" Annie at a half term Saddleworth Museum Makes session.

They made Annie Kenney cone dolls, friendship bands, badges, sashes and banners and had fun dressing up for the Victorian Campaigner photo-booth.

Led by learning officer Lindsey Milnes and assisted by volunteers, the children learned how mill girl Annie, from Springhead, became a staunch equal rights campaigner and was part of the movement which was victorious in winning women the right to vote in 1918.

Lindsey said: “What a fantastic afternoon we had at Saddleworth Museum’s half term Museum Makes and a big shout out to the volunteers who helped make it all happen.

"It was wonderful to see the children's enthusiasm increase as they found out all about what a campaign is and our local significant Suffragette, Annie Kenney.

"Let's hope they are all inspired to make a difference in their own lives!”

Museum currently has a temporary Annie Kenney display and "Annie Kenney - Wonder Woman" Family trail.

It is open daily from1-4pm and thanks to its Heritage Lottery Funded redevelopment, there is plenty of hands-on exhibits and activities for all ages to enjoy.