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WMWA Newsletter September 2023

WMWA Newsletter September 2023

Welcome to our September 2023 Newsletter. In this month’s edition you’ll find the following articles. Event: How safe are older women in Herefordshire? Taking fundraising to new heights! Family Courts – Domestic abuse commissioner Nicole Jacobs says...
WMWA Newsletter September 2023

WMWA Newsletter October 2023

Welcome to our October 2023 Newsletter. In this month’s edition you’ll find the following articles. Making a difference through the IRIS initiative Support from Worcester Inner Wheel LEAG (Lived Experience Advisory Group) £1.5m Domestic Abuse Service for...
Something to Celebrate!

Something to Celebrate!

Our CEO, Sue Coleman, shares her thoughts on achieving the WAFE Quality Mark. West Mercia Women’s Aid have been awarded the Women’s Aid Federation England (WAFE) Quality Mark once again! Pictured above are Clair de Groot (Chair of our Board) myself (Sue Coleman, CEO),...
How safe are older women in Herefordshire?

How safe are older women in Herefordshire?

How safe are older women in Herefordshire? Herefordshire Women’s Equality Group Initiates Crucial Conversations Herefordshire Women’s Equality Group (HWEG) has embarked on a series of compelling sessions shedding light on the issue of male violence and abuse...
How safe are older women in Herefordshire?

How safe are older women in Herefordshire?

“HOW SAFE ARE OLDER WOMEN IN HEREFORDSHIRE?” PRESS RELEASE 21/08/23 Herefordshire Women’s Equality Group (HWEG) together with West Mercia Women’s Aid, West Mercia Rape & Sexual Abuse Support Centre, and Age UK are holding a free public event to debate...
“It’s Time”

“It’s Time”

On Sunday 11 June, CEO Sue Coleman and WMWA ambassador and supporter Wendy Troy were invited guests at a service at St Paul’s Cathedral to remember those women and girls whose lives have been lost to violence, and to celebrate their lives. The event was inspired by...
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