Training sessions are being delivered at several primary schools in Stapleford to help raise awareness among staff about domestic abuse and what to do if they discover children are witnessing it at home.
Organised by ... Read more
A Nottingham domestic abuse charity is inviting women to get involved in its work by becoming a trustee.
And, it says, doing so can help develop new skills and experience, extend networks and friendship circles, all w... Read more
Pack your and your child(ren’s) life in just one bag! Can you do it?
I’m asking you this question not because I like to challenge you, but for you to think about exactly what you would take with you if you were abou... Read more
Our community fund-raising and awareness group ADA is having a stall on Sunday (April 2) from 10am – 5pm at Kettlebrook Lodge, Eastwood Road in Kimberly.
The event is being run by an Eastwood charity that support... Read more
Broxtowe Women’s Project has contacted running clubs in the area and will be handing out personal safety alarms at a Community Safety Drop-in following news of assaults on lone female joggers over the border in Derbysh... Read more
Red Nose Day 24th March is a chance to let our hair down, have a laugh and raise important funds for charity works across the UK and Africa. It’s also a chance to celebrate the great work of those charities, and refl... Read more
“Hoping for peace and happiness in the future for me and my daughter, thank you so much ladies at BWP for listening and understanding.”
This was one of a series of moving messages posted by women attendi... Read more
March 8th is International Women’s Day!
International Women’s Day is a global day where women (and men) gather across the world to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. It is ... Read more
Jaclyn - Broxtowe Women's Project Volunteer
Volunteer work is a critical part of any charitable organisation. I have worked and volunteered with a number of organisations over the years. There are many reasons why I vol... Read more
A group of Nottingham women who came together while receiving support for their experience of domestic abuse from us have raised hundreds of pounds by completing more than 1,000 miles in a fundraising challenge.