MK Connected Women Event - Women's Equality

Connected Women Event

Connected Women Event

WEP MK are delighted to announce the first of our ‘Connected Women’ events, focusing on the important topic of Ending Violence Against Women. Kindly hosted by our friends at NatWest Entrepreneurial Spark, WE will also be joined by colleagues from other MK women’s groups.

The aim of the evening is to raise awareness of the issues and the positive work being done by MK Council and MK Act, and to highlight the small things we can all do to help the women and children affected everyday.  There will also be a chance to network and find out more about WEP MK and some of the other great women’s groups in our region.

WE are thrilled to have 3 great speakers lined up; 

  • Hannah O’Neill, Deputy Leader of MK Council, responsible for Healthier, Stronger Communities
  • Colin Wilderspin, Head of Community Safety, MK Council
  • Sue Burke, CEO of MK Act, a domestic violence charity helping families move on from fear and abuse
’SOS Pack' toiletry donation: At the event, we’ll be collecting toiletries to make into emergency packs for those vulnerable women who find themselves in difficult situations.  We are particularly looking for donations of unused, unopened, toothpaste, toothbrushes, shower gel, shampoo, sanitary products, nappies, deodorant, hand cream and body moisturiser.  We’re especially keen on small, travel-sized, tubes and bottles - like the ones you get in fancy hotels! - so please turn out your cupboards, or buy something small when you’re next out shopping and bring it along.  Thank you.
WE look forward to seeing you there!
April 25, 2017 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Silbury House
300 Silbury Boulevard,
Milton Keynes MK9 2AZ
United Kingdom
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