We look forward to seeing you at our next branch meeting, which will be on Wednesday 29th May, at 7pm. We will be at the Salisbury Arms again, on Dalkeith Road, near bus stops, with parking and refreshments available.
We will discuss the impact of the EU elections - and we will know the results by then!
Hope to see you then!
Our social is a chance to meet other branch members and supporters in a rather less formal setting. No agenda, just a chat over a drink (alcohol is definitely optional). The conversations are liable to wander away from politics, as this is about getting to know people. Drop in for 30 minutes or the whole time.
Feel free to bring a friend, or let us know if you'd like someone to buddy up with in advance.
Join us for our regular Feminist Book Club - this month we are reading Laura Bates' Everyday Sexism. Described as 'Pioneering' and 'A Game changing book'.
As always it doesn't matter if you've read the whole book, half or even just the first chapter - come and join in the conversation.
This is our monthly Branch meet-up where we discuss local issues, campaign strategising and event planning.
Our meetings are a relaxed and friendly space, open to all members and supporters. WE would love to have you there.
Join us to know what WE are doing and how you can get involved with moving equality forward.
Please RSVP below. We look forward to seeing you!
Join us at Ally Pally for our monthly pub & politics. We gather once a month, same time same place, for informal chats about all things political, feminist and local. Just drop in!
Now is an especially good time to come along as you can find out what we're planning for the 2020 Greater London Assembly elections - and how we're going to be part of getting WEP's first elected seat in office!
Phoenix Bar & Kitchen is on the W3 bus route and fully accessible for wheelchair-users. There is parking at the ice rink.
In order to maximise attendance we will be alternating online and offline branch meetings. This will be the first of our online branch meetings. These meetings are for members only. We will be electing and confirming the new branch committee team, discussing our plans for Pride and agreeing campaigning priorities for the next three months.
Ada Campe returns to the Amersham Arms to present a fabulous line-up of female comics. Join us for some serious laughs, and support the Women's Equality Party Lewisham & Greenwich fundraising efforts for the Greater London Assembly elections in 2020.
Get your ticket now!
WE will be at the Exeter Respect festival on 8 and 9 June 2019, with a stall in the marketplace of ideas. WE hope you can join us to celebrate the diversity of our wonderful city.
We're always looking for volunteers to run the stall for a bit too: let us know if you can do an hour or so by ticking the box below and sending us an RSVP.
Exeter Respect is the city’s annual celebration of diversity where we use the performing and creative arts to engage the wider community in saying no to racism and all forms of prejudice. Find out more on the Exeter Respect website.
We invite all Enfield members and supporters to meet up at our June branch meeting, to hear about next steps in our GLA 2020 super-constituency (with Haringey) campaign.
We need candidates to stand in the super-constituency, so come along and put yourself forward !
We've so many exciting things ahead of us as WEP in the UK, London and Tower Hamlets. Come along and find out how you can get involved.
We also thought it would be great to do a book swap so if you can, please bring a feminist book or a book by a woman writer that you enjoyed and be prepared to swap. (If you don't have one don't worry, we will have spares!
Friends and family welcome!