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Soroptimist International - Southport

Soroptimist International of Southport is part of a worldwide organisation of women, which is linked to the United Nations.

Welcome to SI Southport









Soroptimist International of Southport is part of a worldwide organisation of women with a wide range of experience in management, the professions and other positions of responsibility. We work through service projects, fundraising and advocacy to advance human rights and the status of women – at local, national and international level. Friendship and fun are part of our ethos.

Our club was chartered in 1932. Currently we have just over thirty members from Southport, Tarleton, Banks, Formby and the surrounding areas.

We hold two regular meetings each month (except August).
On the first Monday of each month we have a speaker meeting when we welcome speakers on a diverse range of topics.
On the third Monday of each month, we have a club meeting, where we discuss the activities of the different committees and teams in the club, report on our own projects and plan future events and initiatives.  We also hear about projects in our region (Soroptimist International South Lancashire) and in our federation (Soroptimist International Great Britain and Ireland (SIGBI)).
We are fortunate to have our own club room at Baverstock House in Park Road, Southport and this is the venue for all our meetings.

Please browse through our website – if you like what you see and would like to know more, just get in touch!

We’ll welcome your enquiry in the customary Soroptimist way – in friendship.

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