Broxtowe Women's Project (BWP) has been chosen to benefit from sales of a charity single due to be released by an all-female choir in November.
Called “Angels”, the song is an original composition written by Charl... Read more
Award night for Andrea
The achievements of Broxtowe Women’s Project (BWP) founder member Andrea Lucy-Hirst were officially recognised last night at the Nottingham Post Heroes Awards 2017.
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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Domestic Abuse Outreach Worker to join our team.
The role is an ideal opportunity for people wishing to provide a high quality personal welfare support service to survivors of ... Read more
When domestic abuse is physical, the damage caused is clear for all to see, but today, which is World Mental Health Day, we want to remind people about the damage it does to a person’s mental health.
We al... Read more
Today (Sunday, October 1) is the International Day of Older Persons; a day designated by the United Nations back in 1990.
The day is given a theme each year and for 2017 it is:
“Stepping into the Future: Tapping ... Read more
Broxtowe Women’s Project (BWP) is delighted to learn that founder member Andrea Lucy-Hirst has been selected as a finalist in the Nottingham Post Heroes Awards 2017.
After years of hard work and dedication for BWP, ... Read more
Some people who need the help of Broxtowe Women’s Project might find picking up the phone difficult or worrying. We do understand.
For this reason, we offer sending a text as a way of getting in touch with us.
Be... Read more
A 26% increase in the number of women supported, the recruitment of more than a dozen volunteers and development of a three-year strategic plan are among the achievements highlighted in Broxtowe Women Project’s Annual ... Read more
Today (July 30) is the International Day of Friendship, a day on which the United Nations (UN) encourages governments, organisations and community groups to hold events, activities and initiatives that promote solidarity... Read more
My Trustee journey for Broxtowe Women’s Project has been one full of energy, enthusiasm and opportunities.
I discovered the organisation whilst browsing through other volunteering opportunities on the Just Do-It web... Read more
Broxtowe Women’s Project (BWP) has been chosen to benefit from sales of a charity single due to be released by an all-female choir in November. Called “Angels”, the song is an original composition written by Charlotte Mendly, founder and Musical Director of Brinsley Community Choir with the specific aim of raising charitable funds. Explaining why … Continue reading Choir’s charity single to help BWP→