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UN World Peace Day

On United Nations International day of Peace, 21st September, Club members joined with children from St Augustine’s Primary School and lit a candle for peace around the world. Here you can see us with some of the prayers for peace … Continued

World Literacy Day 8th September

“On Saturday 8 September, SI Kenilworth & District Soroptimists in conjunction with Kenilworth Books had a stall in Talisman Square where free books were given to children and families.  The children and passers by were surprised that the books were … Continued

Housing Benefit for Refuges

We were delighted to hear the following news from Refuge – an organisation we support:- The government has decided to continue to provide housing benefit for supported housing including refuges. You might find the links below interesting. This is a … Continued

Our very own National Treasure celebrated her 80th birthday

We were delighted to join in with a toast  to Georgie, who had chose to have  her special birthday meal with us at our July dinner meeting. This was so typical of Georgie and demonstrates her dedication and commitment to … Continued

Food for thought – Mary’s Meals

Our guest speaker, Sue Nightingale, became a volunteer for the charity Mary’s Meals following a two week work experience using her skills as a nurse in Kenya.   There she saw the impact that the simple provision of one meal … Continued

Bluebell Birth Unit

The Bluebell Centre is the new birthing unit at Warwick Hospital – we gave a donation of £225 from the money raised by providing teas and coffees at the flu clinics at Bertie Road Medical Centre last year.   One … Continued

Literary event – Joyce’s War

Rhiannon Evans gave us an amazing talks about how she found her mother’s war journals and turned them into a book.  Her mother Joyce Ffoulkes Parry was a Queen Alexandria nurse during WW2 and travelled via ship to Africa, the … Continued

Fantastic news from Malawi

We’re thrilled to hear that Charity, a nurse we’ve sponsored in Malawi has now graduated. To read more about this project, please look in our Programme Action section