One of Eastwood’s most treasured performers, drag artist Mark Preston, has brought a Christmas smile to many, after he raised hundreds of pounds for BWP at one his famous fundraising events.
Mark Preston, who perfor... Read more
We are incredibly exited to have been chosen by Inspire Culture to be part of their ‘I am a reader’ series of workshops in 2022, celebrating the creativity of reading.
A group of women supported by BWP will meet w... Read more
Debbie – survivor of domestic abuse supported by BWP: "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, ... Read more
A free exhibition of poetry, installation art and photography inspired by the personal experiences of survivors of Domestic Abuse is the focus of a powerful blog, written by Eleanor Flowerday, from the Nottingham UNESCO ... Read more
This year, BWP have been working incredibly hard to share the White Ribbon message. As the first Domestic Abuse charity in the UK to gain White Ribbon accreditation earlier this year, we want as many men as possible to m... Read more
Our Children's Outreach service is there for children who have been affected by Domestic Abuse. We offer a range of services to support young people to talk about their experience in a safe and confidential environment.
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Success tends to be determined in economic terms - what we possess, what we earn, the material stuff we have in our lives.
Perhaps we’ve got it all wrong.
Shouldn’t the currency of success be the happiness we feel ... Read more
A popular NSPCC campaign that aims to help keep children safe from sexual abuse has launched in Nottingham.
The Talk PANTS campaign sees Broxtowe Women’s Project (BWP), collaborating with the NSPCC to reach out acro... Read more
A free exhibition of poetry, installation art and photography inspired by the personal experiences of survivors of Domestic Abuse was officially opened to the public on the 5 November by the women who created the pieces.... Read more
A magazine packed with poetry, art and imagery is the powerful result of a collaboration between the National Justice Museum, local artist Boseda Olawoye, and women supported by BWP earlier this year.
The women, who a... Read more