Our Events Team work hard to bring you a variety of events throughout the year, to be sure there's something for you whatever your interests are. Our events can range from having a drop-in information desk at local venues to a full evening entertainment for 100 local women.
Our events programme is predominantly set up to support our organisation’s published Aims but also through our varied schedule we aspire to:
Celebrate, congratulate & raise the profile of women for their contribution to our community, our economy & to each other.
Increase awareness among local women of female centered services in the area including Motherwell.
Work in partnership with these agencies to empower women to take care of their mental & physical health.
Provide opportunities for women to take part in fun, relaxing and social events as elements of a well-rounded self-care strategy.
Provide opportunities for local female led businesses to showcase their products.
Upcoming Events 2019
International Women's Day
International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. The 2019 women’s day theme is #balanceforbetter (www.internationalwomensday.com)
We will be celebrating by holding two events:
Crewe Women's Day - Saturday 2nd March 2019 where the themes will be #iloveme and #whennomeansno
The theme for this years Crewe Women's Day is body image and consent.
This years Crewe Women's Day is being held for the second year at Cheshire College South and West, Crewe Campus.
So far the speakers lined up are:
Laura Smith MP
Rachel Walker from Body Positive
Emi Howe from Body Equality
Nicola Marshal from FoodFit
Our very own Kate Blakemore and
Kay Wesley from Women's Equality Party
Winsford Women's Day - Saturday 9th March 2019 where the themes will be #balanceforbetter and #womeninSTEM
The theme for Winsford Women's day is focusing on creating equality for all in the workplace. This years Winsford Women's Day is being held at the Warrington and Vale Royal College. Speakers lined up so far: Gwen Carr researcher, National programme lead for the NHS antenatal and newborn screening programme. Kai Uus Head of Audiology at Manchester University. Kate Cousens author of “Climbing the Ladder in Heels.”