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Making Peace event in Wisbech 2014
King's Lynn StoptheWar vigil in Downham Market 17 February 2012
Jacqueline Mulhallen on the StoptheWar demonstration 18 March 2005
Jacqueline Mulhallen at at StoptheWar vigil in Wisbech 21 March 2012
Jacqueline Mulhallen with Michael de Whalley at a KLWIN meeting in 2010

King's Lynn and Wisbech



Jackie has been one of the co-ordinators of Kings Lynn and Wisbech StoptheWar since 2003. She has organised and taken part in vigils, leafletings, meetings and groups to attend national demonstrations and conferences in London.


In December 2014 she co-organised the event, Making Peace, held in Wisbech’s Rosmini Centre. This involved workshops on poetry, art and music and a concert of poetry and song.  Local artists, and StoptheWar supporters, taking part were William Alderson, Sean Finlay, Cary Outis, Derek Paice, the John Preston Tribute Band, Edwin Salter and Jonathan Toye.



Jackie is committed to fighting climate change and supported local Transition Town groups including Downham and Villages in Transition (DAVIT) and Transition King's Lynn.


She also supported the campaign to prevent a mass burn incinerator being built at Saddlebow, King’s Lynn. This was organised by King's Lynn Without Incineraton (KLWIN) and won.


Jacqueline Mulhallen at the launch of the Fenland People's Assembly
Katherine Connelly and Jacqueline Mulhallen at the Women for Change talks



Jackie is a member of Counterfire and reviews regularly for A list of her articles and reviews appear on the Prose page.

Some of her articles for Counterfire, such as her obituary of Dario Fo, have been widely re-published.

Cristel, Vera and Jacqueline Mulhallen at the Women for Change talks
Cristel, Geraldine and Jacqueline Mulhallen at the Women for Change talks
Women for Change talks organised by Jacqueline Mulhallen
Megan Dobney and Jacqueline Mulhallen at the Women for Change talks
Lindsey German and Jacqueline Mulhallen at the Women for Change talks

King's Lynn and District

Trades Union Council


Jackie was Equalities Officer of the King’s Lynn and District Trades Council and for the Kings Lynn No. 1 Branch of the GMB in 2013 and 2014, when she initiated and organised a series of talks by women about women, Women for Change. These were highly praised and very well attended.


Speakers from London included:


  • Cristel Amis from the Crossroads Women’s Centre, Camden, together with Geraldine and Vera, asylum seekers who spoke of their experience

  • Megan Downey from SERTUC.

  • Katherine Connelly, biographer of Sylvia Pankhurst

  • Lindsey German, author of How A Century of War Changed the Lives of Women

  • Feyzi Ismail

  • Helen Pankhurst (granddaughter of Sylvia Pankhurst).


Outstanding local speakers included:

  • Bernie Barclay, a French teacher, on Olympe de Gouges

  • Hilary Finlay, who spoke about medieval women.


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