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2 De La Beche Street, Swansea SA1 3EY.

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Ping Pong Playoffs

W4R Shows solidarity with the

" Bring back our girls campaign"

The plight of over 200 girl pupils  kidnapped in Nigeria has been  bought to the streets of Swansea. W4R joined women showing solidarity with the families of the abducted girls . As Louise,the Organiser,commented  " I am expecting my first baby,and I would like her to grow up in a world where everyone can have an education"

Swansea Bay Community LInks Network (Wales and Africa)

Are you involved in links between Swansea communities and places in Africa? Would you  like to meet other groups /individuals to share common interests and discuss challenges, then join us WEDNESDAY ,JUNE 4TH at Swansea ,Quaker Meeting House, the corner of Page Street and St Helens's Road at 10am till 1pm.  

The aim is to set up our own supportive Swansea Bay  network .To date interest has been shown from groups linking with Kenya, LIberia, Uganda, Zambia, Tanzania (Zanzibar) Zimbabwe. Open to all and refreshments and travel expenses available.

Contact Nancy on women4resources@hotmail.co.uk

SWANFRICA launch

Saturday February 28th between 11am and 3pm at Parklands Church, Sketty

Local groups linking  Swansea Bay Area with various Africa communities will  be talking about their work. Countries include Liberia, Kenya, Zambia and Tanzania (Zanzibar) and involving local people working with a range of groups including: women, children, young people (including street children), orphans and girl peer educators training in Ebola risk communities. If you are interested in getting involved or want to know more about what your community is doing, join us to launch this new network on February 28th.

For more information email women4resources@hotmail.co.uk

Ping Pong Playoffs

W4R Shows solidarity with the

" Bring back our girls campaign"

The plight of over 200 girl pupils  kidnapped in Nigeria has been  bought to the streets of Swansea. W4R joined women showing solidarity with the families of the abducted girls . As Louise,the Organiser,commented  " I am expecting my first baby,and I would like her to grow up in a world where everyone can have an education"

Swansea Bay Community LInks Network (Wales and Africa)

Are you involved in links between Swansea communities and places in Africa? Would you  like to meet other groups /individuals to share common interests and discuss challenges, then join us WEDNESDAY ,JUNE 4TH at Swansea ,Quaker Meeting House, the corner of Page Street and St Helens's Road at 10am till 1pm.  

The aim is to set up our own supportive Swansea Bay  network .To date interest has been shown from groups linking with Kenya, LIberia, Uganda, Zambia, Tanzania (Zanzibar) Zimbabwe. Open to all and refreshments and travel expenses available.

Contact Nancy on women4resources@hotmail.co.uk

SWANFRICA launch

Saturday February 28th between 11am and 3pm at Parklands Church, Sketty

Local groups linking  Swansea Bay Area with various Africa communities will  be talking about their work. Countries include Liberia, Kenya, Zambia and Tanzania (Zanzibar) and involving local people working with a range of groups including: women, children, young people (including street children), orphans and girl peer educators training in Ebola risk communities. If you are interested in getting involved or want to know more about what your community is doing, join us to launch this new network on February 28th.

For more information email women4resources@hotmail.co.uk

On the afternoon of Saturday 22 September in the gorgeous South Wales sunshine we gathered to celebrate the coming of autumn at a fundraising event for Women4Resources. Many rousing games of table tennis were played in the time-honoured spirit of feminist unruliness. We also circle-danced to bring in the Equinox and were entertained by Camilla Cancantata playing accordion and singing her “songs for interesting times.”

Donations from the ping pong players and their sponsors will go to W4R’s projects in Kenya and Liberia. It was delightful to simultaneously celebrate our community here while making empowering connections with women’s groups internationally.

When umpire Twickle Purple was asked the outcome of the Table Tennis Tournament she declared, “The winner is LOVE.”