We are holding an informal afternoon on Saturday 7 September in the Quakers’ Meeting House, Wilton Road, Salisbury. This is your chance to find out more about the brand new club and to have a chat about our projects.
Locally we are working with Salisbury Women’s Refuge, packing and donating overnight bags for women in Salisbury District Hospital and supporting people living with dementia with lovely hand-knitted twiddle muffs. We are running our annual STEM Challenge for a third year with the support of Gilo Industries and Wessex Archaeology to encourage girls in Salisbury schools to consider careers in STEM subjects. We are planning a mental health awareness event in the spring and we are lobbying at national level on women’s experience of the penal system, surviving trafficking and domestic abuse.
Internationally we continue to support the Heshima Project to help provide education and dignity for women and girls in Tanzania. Our annual Quiz Night fundraiser in November will provide funds for that project.
We have a number of exciting new projects too, come and find out more.
Pop in for a cup of tea or coffee, a piece of delicious home made cake and a conversation about our Club, what we are doing and how you can get involved.
Join us anytime from 3.00pm to 5.00pm on Saturday 7 September
Quakers’ Meeting House, Wilton Road, Salisbury
Free parking behind the building