A CLUB which works to improve the lives of women and girls is encouraging female students to pursue careers in STEM subjects. Soroptimists from Warrington’s club branch created the event for 66 year nine and 10 students from Great Sankey High School. The half-day event
A GROUP of women are celebrating after reaching the last four in a competition for a London community award. Soroptimists East London (SIEL) sealed a place in the top four of the FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards 2018 in the community award category for London.
When some people retire, they see it as a chance to take a break and relax. But not Norma McGovern. Dundee born and bred, Norma spent her entire working life as a nurse, first in Ninewells Hospital and later at Perth Royal Infirmary (PRI). So
Some of the members of Bridgend Soroptimist Club defied winter temperatures and took part in a bracing walk on the seafront at Porthcawl to mark International Women’s Day, and 100 years since the start of the Suffragette movement. Starting at Coney Beach they walked the
Lynn’s Soroptimist International group held a pop-up shop in Broad Street on Saturday to celebrate International Women’s Day. Members of the public were invited to create squares for the Global Blanket Campaign, which aims to stop exploitation in the fashion industry. Kim Bramham, Ghyslaine Clarke
THE feeling of sisterhood was strong on Saturday, as women from across the county joined hands to mark International Women’s Day. More than 100 people of all ages and genders proudly spanned the Cleddau Bridge, undeterred by the heavy rain and strong winds. The event