Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Women's Networks North West

Women in our region gather together regularly to network and discuss issues that are facing them. Whether you are woman looking to network for business purposes or a woman who just wants her voice heard within the local community there are plenty of groups out there for you to get involved in. Below are details of just some of those we have worked with in recent times that we wanted to draw your attention to:



Merseyside Women’s Movement
This group hosts informal social meets discussing women’s issues, campaigns and politics. Meetings are planned throughout the summer, held at the Clove Hitch on Hope Street from 6pm onwards.
Dates for your diary: Tuesday 28th June, Wednesday 20th July and Thursday 18th August. All women welcome. For further details contact Vicky Canning vickycanning@hotmail.co.uk Hayley Webb hales928@hotmail.co.uk and Hannah Ryan hannahkjryan@gmail.com. Please feel free to attend.

Liverpool Women's Network (LCVS)
Set up by LCVS and launched at The Women's Organisation, this network is aimed at women who want to discuss business, political, and community issues surrounding women in Liverpool. The Next meeting will be on: 5th July 2011 12.00pm to 2.00pm
Ground Floor Meeting Room, 151 Dale St, Liverpool L2 2AH
Contact Gail Jordan at LCVS via Gail.Jordan@lcvs.org.uk for membership details.

Knowsley Women in Business Network
Creating a warm and nurturing environment with a business focus, this group provides Knowsley business women with local networking opportunities. Contact Sheila Toft on sheila.toft@knowsleychamber.org.uk for details of membership and events.

Women in Business
Local network run by Ellie Kerr who has a passion and a wealth of experience in supporting women in enterprise. Holding networking opportunities through the year contact ellie@womeninbusiness.co.uk for membership and event details.

The Women's Organisation Business Club
This FREE networking group is open to women in Merseyside or Greater Manchester. Holding regular networking meetings and training opportunities for members to attend. Contact The Women's Organisation on 0151 706 8111 or info@thewo.org.uk for details of how to join. Next networking event will be held on Tuesday 21st June 6pm-8.30pm at The Women's Organisation, 54 St James Street, Liverpool, L1 0AB.

We know that this list just scratches the surface, so if you know of more fantastic local networks for women that could be of use to our members then contact joaustin@thewo.org.uk for details of how to publicise this.

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