WE are having a WE-social.
A chance to chat, laugh, talk politics, talk WE, eat, drink and be merry.
A great opportunity to meet some fellow WE members who are going to Conference, if you haven't had the chance to say HELLO! before.
And bring friends! Wouldn't be very sociable otherwise!!
Meet in the Half Moon, Herne Hill. If it's sunny we'll be in the garden!
WE will be supporting TW Pride for the second year running.
Equality is definitely better for everyone and we believe our town is firmly in support of that, so we are delighted to be joining TW Pride on Saturday 18th August.
If you would like to march with us under our banner, please join us. We'll be at the Millennium Clock from 11:00am for a 11:30am start and will be marching to the Forum, where there will be music and entertainment for those who wish to make an afternoon of it.
If you would like to join us, please RSVP here or if you require more information you can email us at email@example.com
WE look forward to seeing you on Saturday.
Amanda and the WEPTWells team
Celebrating women in art
It's summer festival time! Meet fellow Manchester branch members, eat cake, enjoy indie-rock-punk bank Live Action Dolls, hear from local poets, get hands on with some craftivism, watch dance then join in, pick up some accessories and more!
Entrance £1 per person
To pay in advance use Send Payment in PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org and quote 'ARTY'.
We'll email the venue address in Chorlton to those who RVSP nearer to the event
Following our lovely picnic last year (which we held with the local Green Party) Worcester WEP are hosting another fun picnic to celebrate the summer and progressive politics. All welcome - all genders, all political leanings as long as equality is your thing.
Come and join in some good chatter, games for the kids and (hopefully) some lovely weather and help us extend the WE Bunting of Hope
We'll position ourselves by the giant picnic bench and duck pond so close to the park & splashpad.
Any questions do get in touch and tell us if you need a bit of support to attend.
General Meeting and then a chance to chat.
The subject of this morning's general discussion is "Women and Climate Change and the Environment"
This is a free event, although donations of a £1 or 2 most welcome as we have to pay for the hire of the room.
Any questions please contact Janet at email@example.com
March with us!
We'll be supporting Manchester Pride this year, putting women at the centre of the march and celebrating the diversity of our membership.
We are asking our LGBT+ members and those who wish to show solidarity with the feminist LGBT+ movement to join us in the parade. If you want to march with us, sign up asap.
Our attendance is limited to 50 people and we are asking for donations of £5 per head to cover the cost of our entry.
Join WE Hackney at the Hackney Downs Fete on Sunday, 26th August from 12-2pm. Anyone is welcome to come to the Fete, so consider bringing friends, family and children down for the afternoon. We'll have a stall in addition to gathering at noon for some fun-filled WE activities!
Chat and coffee
Come and chat with current WEP supporters, find out more about doing politics differently and to talk about the issues and concerns you and your community are currently facing.
As we re-start the new Brighton branch, there are still lots of ways to be involved, find out how you can contribute in a way that suits you. Do bring along any friends who are also interested.
Join the great volunteers on our WE stall at the Palmers Green Community Festival in Broomfield Park N13, 12-7pm.
This fantastic free annual festival has been running for 11 years and gets better every time!
We will be talking to festival passersby about local issues that they are concerned about, and equality issues in the news.
Come and volunteer with us and have a wonderful day meeting your community!
Click RSVP below to let us know if you are coming to the festival. If you can volunteer, please put in the Comments box between what times.
Madeline, Sarah, Tulip, Nell - Enfield branch team
WE are very pleased that Luminary Bakery will be hosting WEP Hackney for our September meeting!
At this meeting WE will start by briefly discussing last minute items for Conference and we'll spend a majority of the meeting in conversation with Alice, the founder of Luminary Bakery and women who have completed the Luminary training programme. The aim of the event is for women at Luminary Bakery to better understand what the Women's Equality Party does and for WEP to better understand the inequality women at Luminary have encountered in their lives.
About Luminary Bakery
Luminary grew out of Kahaila as an innovative response to a need we saw for women who have had a social and economic disadvantage. We are a social enterprise designed to offer opportunities for women to build a future for themselves. We provide a safe and professional environment where women can grow holistically – encouraging ambition, restoration and second chances. We use baking as a tool to take women on a journey to employability and entrepreneurship, equipping them with transferable skills for the working world. We offer courses, work experience and paid employment within our bakery, empowering women to build their career. By investing in and releasing them to realise their dreams, through training, employment and community, we aim to break the generational cycles of abuse, prostitution, criminal activity and poverty.