Person NameBritish Women's Temperance Association; 1894-1936; Arbroath Branch
EpithetArbroath Branch
ActivityThe Temperance movement in Scotland had its origins in Glasgow in the 1820s, and was a response to increasing problems of drunkenness and antisocial behaviour amongst the urban poor. The British Women's Temperance Association in Arbroath was instituted in April 1894.
Corporate NameBritish Women's Temperance Association
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