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Walk it or Work out for Webchat

Our Webchat service turned one earlier this year, and what a year it’s been. The service has supported hundreds of women so far, but could support more. At the moment…

She Beasts CIC – interview with founder Sadie Jones

BSWA are working with Sadie and She Beasts, a female community interest company offering fitness and training, to offer rebounding classes for women in our projects. We asked Sadie to…

A Day in the Life of…The Purple Project

Hazel works in our Older Women’s service, the Purple Project. 9am – Ready to start checking emails and messages and reply to those waiting for an answer. There is an…

Christmas at BSWA

More details about how you can support women and children this Christmas coming soon.

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Day in the life of…

My name is Steph and I am the Volunteer Coordinator here at BSWA. I’ve worked for BSWA for seven years and during my time I’ve been lucky enough to be…

Book Review ‘Three Women’ Lisa Taddeo

July Critically acclaimed ‘Three Women’ by US writer Lisa Taddeo has earned plenty of praise in the literary world, but did it get a vote from this member of the…

16 Days of Activism – Get Involved

16 Days 16 Ways Join us this year for another 10 days of feminist activism. Each year the UN raises awareness of women’s experiences of domestic abuse during the 16…

Digital Detox

We all spend too much time on our devices, so this is an easy sponsored challenge to take one regardless of your ability, skills or time commitments. Whilst we fundraise…

‘There is support’ A poem by ‘N’

A moving poem written by a worker in one of our refuges. There is supportI can’t believe how long I foughtThe path will start off quite bumpyBut ride it through…

About nursing

For many years before I worked at Women’s Aid I was a nurse, and actually left nursing to come and work at the Hub. I’ve been thinking about this a…

Running when you’re definitely not a “runner”

Back in 2017 I was unfit, had two small children (a 2 two year old and a 4 year old) worked full time, and was struggling a lot with a…

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