Recent local events have provided opportunities for members of the Club to promote the Women’s Safety Initiative. Lady Lansdowne, the High Sheriff of Wiltshire. is pictured here with Julia West, our incoming Communications Officer, learning about the project at the Mental Health Showcase at Salisbury’s
At our February meeting we heard from Victoria Charleston of the Alice Ruggles Trust about their work to publicise the danger signs of coercive control and stalking. They aim to help victims and their friends recognise these signs and act upon them. You can help
At our February meeting we were able to Zoom our sister organisation in Moldova to hear about their work with Ukrainian refugees passing through and staying in their country. Moldova is a very poor country and many can ill afford extra mouths to feed. Soroptimists
An idea for an immediate fundraising project: why not create strips of blue and yellow bunting for people to buy and display in support of the Ukrainian people, using the funds raised to support refugee projects locally or with our sister Clubs in Eastern Europe?
By kind permission of Salisbury FC, Salisbury Women’s Football team will play Highworth Town Lions Ladies at the Ray Mac Stadium on Sunday 10 April. Entry is free and kickoff is at 2pm. The bar will be open and tea and coffee will be available.
The first two in a series of night-time street audits took place on 16 and 17 March. This is one of the activities identified in the action plan from our Women’s Safety Conference in November. Members of the Club and members of Safer and Supportive
Members of SI Salisbury added their voice to the international call to ‘Break the Bias’ on International Women’s Day this year. Members of the Club celebrated the date at a special Club dinner in their usual meeting place, the Red Lion. Members join with Soroptimists