Club news

Incoming President Sandra has some happy tasks at our AGM

We had a very happy AGM this year, as newly installed President Sandra had the happy task of giving out many long service membership certificates, and inducting Marion, our latest member.   (Cloud, Marion’s assistance dog has become very popular … Continued



Having fun in a good cause

We had a great time supporting our local WaterAid group at their quiz night.   Although we managed to provide two teams, we didn’t win but a fun time was had by all



International Women’s Day 8th March

According to Wikipedia, the following famous ladies are linked to Kenilworth and District.   They include our very own Club member Professor Rebecca Probert! Rebecca Probert (born 1973) legal historian and expert on marriage law. lived in Kenilworth with her … Continued


#SoroptimistThinkOnIT

In response to President Sue’s theme of ‘Think on it and her request for all clubs to hold at least one event which promotes wellbeing, one of our members organised a speaker from MIND for our dinner meeting last Thursday. … Continued


Fairtrade Fortnight Monday 25th February to Sunday 10th March 2019

Let’s spread the message – She deserves a living income.  Please follow the link to sign the petition http://www.fairtrade.org.uk/get%20involved/Current-campaigns/Fairtrade-Fortnight/Fairtrade-Fortnight-for-Campaigners


Loves Me, Loves Me Not Campaign

Jean Nutt (Soroptimist International Central Birmingham) gave us an overview of her Loves Me, Loves Me Not presentation that she uses in schools to raise awareness of what a healthy relationship should feel like.   The talk is aimed at … Continued


Kenilworth Community in Action

We had a great time at the Kenilworth Community in Action event, chatting to other volunteer groups and the general public about what we get up to as Soroptimists in our area. Our calendar from the 16 Days of Action … Continued


January Dinner meeting with Mary-Ann Stephenson

Mary-Ann Stephenson spoke about her work with the Women’s budget Group, aiming towards a gender equal future.  She spoke eloquently on how research has shown the adverse impact of various changes to the benefits system has had on lower income families, … Continued