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£740raised of £2,500 target by 22 supporters

    Weʼve raised £740 to help fund our Ipswich Women's Voices, Women's Votes - 100 years on festival

    Ipswich, Suffolk, UK
    Funded on Tuesday, 4th December 2018

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    Voices · Change · Power

    Across Ipswich and Suffolk a group of women of all ages and backgrounds, have been inspired by the centenary of the first women getting the vote. Together we are creating an exhilarating and exceptional festival which will take place on the 6th October 2018 at Suffolk University on the Ipswich Waterfront.. Designed and delivered by women for women, this event aims to reach out to all parts of the community to recognise the achievements of women in the last 100 years, to explore how far women still have to go to be equal and, really importantly, to encourage younger women to become more active in shaping their communities and getting their voice heard.

    With the theme of Voices · Change · Power the festival day will feature new drama, poetry, workshops, singing, inspirational talks and debates, music, exhibitions , crafts, mentoring opportunities and an invitation to join the largest equalit'tea in the Eastern region. As well as the serious stuff, it will be about having a blast, finding out what we all share in common , making friendships and enabling us to continue to develop a supportive and vibrant women's network across the county.

    We've worked hard to raise funds, and have £15,000 in the bank so far, but we need your help to make sure the day is the best it can be to really celebrate the achievements of women and to kickstart those networks.

    We hope to raise another £2500 via this Just Giving page so please give generously.

    Please put 6th October in your diary and check out our website at Women's Voices, Women's Votes 100 years on for more information about the day and how you too can get involved.

    In the meantime we are counting down the 100 days to our festival with a daily #InspirationalSuffolkWoman Check out our Facebook page and Twitter account to see many of the inspiring women of Suffolk.



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      • Shilpa


        Oct 3, 2018

        Go Nikki and friends! Enjoy every second


      • Sue Wardell

        Sue Wardell

        Sep 29, 2018

        All power to everyone involved in making this amazing happening happen!


      • Helen Taylor

        Helen Taylor

        Sep 24, 2018

        You can do it!


      • Anonymous


        Sep 23, 2018

        Good luck for the event - after all the hard work!

      • Amy Loader

        Amy Loader

        Sep 17, 2018

        Very proud of the incredibly hard work my mum, sister and all the fab volunteers working to make this important event are putting in. Can’t wait to join you for the festival!


      • Liz Cooper

        Liz Cooper

        Sep 13, 2018

      • Rowena Stark

        Rowena Stark

        Sep 12, 2018

        Voices, Change, Power -and an ongoing legacy- so important!


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      Women's Voices, Women's Votes - 100 years on

      Women's Voices, Women's Votes - 100 years on

      Ipswich, Suffolk, UK

      A vibrant and diverse group of women from across Ipswich and Suffolk working together to mark the centenary of the first women to gain the vote and push for greater gender equality.

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