Brighton Women’s Centre (BWC) has hired the Brighton Dome on International Women’s Day, Saturday March 9, to showcase the work of the charity in providing vulnerable women support to transform their lives.
BWC has been supporting vulnerable and disadvantage women in Brighton and Hove for over 35 years, giving women the resources and tools for independence and empowerment in a safe, women-only space.
A number of women focused charities will be joining them to support the celebration. There will also be stalls, speeches, workshops, entertainment and a crèche.
Workshops on the day will include: First Aid, Women’s self-defence, Voice work, Resilience, Mothers uncovered, 20 minute workout tease, and holistic therapies.
Organisation registered to have a stall include, Active for Life, Curves, Girlguiding, Kenric, Snap Junkie, Survivors’ Network, Threshold, Utility Warehouse, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.
The Mayor of Brighton & Hove, Cllr Bill Randall will also be attending as will Caroline Lucas, MP for Brighton Pavilion.
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