What’s on – Upcoming events and courses

Drop in coffee mornings

  • First Thursday of the month (Thursday 3rd February 2022 and Thursday 3rd March 2022)
  • Rumbletums cafe, Kimberley
  • From 10.30am

Join us for a coffee, a chat and support at our informal drop-in coffee mornings. One of our experienced Outreach Workers will be at the session in case you need help or advice.

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Within Reach programme

Women who’ve experienced Domestic Abuse and who are not currently employed can access support, training and opportunities that prepare them to get back to work through our Within Reach programme. Find out how to join the programme here.

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I am a reader

We’re offering a fantastic free opportunity for readers, already supported by BWP, or women affected by Domestic Abuse who have not yet accessed BWP’s services to get involved in an exciting project that celebrates the creativity of reading.

Whatever types of books you read, from crime novels to literary fiction to fantasy to thrillers, and whatever format you read them in, be it the written page or eBook or eAudio, we believe all readers play a real part in bringing stories to life.

To help us explore and celebrate the role of the reader, we’re looking for a wide range of adult readers (18+), from different backgrounds and ages, and with all sorts of reading tastes and styles, to be part of a group who will meet with a published author on Zoom over three sessions.

Not only will they chat about their reading, but they’ll get the chance to co-commission a brand new story, created by the writer for, and with input from, the group. This isn’t a book group, and no specific reading is required – just a love of books, and a willingness to chat about reading.

The author, who has been chosen specifically to work with our readers is Mahsuda Snaith, a writer of novels and short stories from Leicester.

If you would like to get involved, please email wellbeing@broxtowewp.org

For more detail visit I Am A Reader | Inspire – Culture, Learning, Libraries (inspireculture.org.uk)