The Broxtowe Women's Project Blog - Raising awareness of domestic abuse in Broxtowe.

The latest news and updates from the Broxtowe Women’s Project.


We are recruiting………………….

July 9, 2020

We are currently recruiting for two exciting roles to join our team. Domestic Abuse Volunteer Coordinator - To develop and manage our volunteer program to support women affected by Domestic Abuse and to strengthen and...
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Survivor Story Final Part

July 2, 2020

In the final (for now) part of Debbie’s story, the child care issues are sorted, but new trials to get some of the money from her house that her partner sold begin …   I was given full custody; however sup...
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Survivors Story Part Four

July 1, 2020

As we move to the fourth part of Debbie’s story of 12 years of abuse, a move starts to improve life but threats by text and missed childcare appointments mean her nightmare goes on …   In April 2012 I mana...
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Survivor Story Part Three

June 30, 2020

In the third part of Debbie’s story the unbelievable extent of her partner’s financial abuse is revealed the bailiffs arrive and a custody battle begins….   I now realised I had better find out what my f...
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Survivors Story Part Two

June 29, 2020

Following on from the first part of Debbie’s story on Friday where we learned how she was controlled and badly mistreated, we continue today with her explaining how she was forced to live in a hotel room with three chi...
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Survivors Story

June 26, 2020

Earlier this week we shared a blog with you highlighting how writing can be beneficial and help the healing process. We would like to end the week by sharing with you part one of a survivors story. The process of writing...
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National Writing Day

June 24, 2020

Writing your story “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you”. Maya Angelou     Emotional and autobiographical story telling can have huge benefits to both you and others w...
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What Ive Learned About Wellbeing

June 22, 2020

  Debbie – survivor of domestic abuse – what I’ve learned about wellbeing I’ve come a long way since I escaped my abusive relationship, learnt a lot too and I’m still learning, still trying, I’ll never...
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We are here to support you.

June 18, 2020

Our waiting list remains short. You can still expect to receive support either the same day or next day if it is safe for you to talk. Meet Hannah our Senior Outreach Officer,  call today on 07914634190 or email us at e...
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Loneliness Awareness Week

June 15, 2020

Loneliness Awareness Week “Many people suffer from the fear of finding themselves alone, and so they don’t find themselves at all.” Rollo May Loneliness is defined as an unpleasant emotional response to percei...
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    We are currently recruiting for two exciting roles to join our team. Domestic Abuse Volunteer Coordinator – To develop and manage our volunteer program to support women affected by Domestic Abuse and to strengthen and develop BWP’s services. Communications and Fundraiser Officer -to work closely with our Business and Fundraising Manager to raise awareness of … Continue reading We are recruiting………………….

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