Margaret has discovered the women's suffrage movement and invites the Banbury Intricate Craft Circle to become (the hilariously ineffectual) Banbury Intricate Craft Circle Politely Requests Women's Suffrage.
Keen to put the Banbury Intricate Craft Circle Politely Requests Women's Suffrage on the map, the women plan to picket the post office with placards.
The Banbury Intricate Craft Circle try to win approval to become an official league of the Women's Social and Political Union.
Gwen disrupts the BICCPRWS hunger strike with cheese, while Thomas tries hopelessly to win Emily's heart.
Margaret tries to recruit new supporters of suffrage whilst Eva, Myrtle and Gwen indulge in Dr Hamm's invigorator.
Margaret's attempts to use a camera are thwarted when two New Zealand crown green bowlers turn up. From them they learn that in some parts of the world women can't play bowls. Will the BICCPRWS prove that they too should be allowed to roll a bowl? Will they be able to handle the thrill of witnessing their first ever bowls match?
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