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We would like to say a huge thank you to Wakefield Registration Celebratory Services for the fundraising carried out in support of the Well Women Centre. The Registration Celebratory Services team have raised a staggering £2,556. This gives us the opportunity to offer support to more women […]
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The Well Women Centre is excited to announce that Maddy Sutcliffe has been appointed Centre Manager. With a background in banking, Maddy originally joined the Well Women Centre as Head of Corporate Governance, and now has responsibility for the overall management and leadership of the charity. “The Centre is more relevant […]
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Thursday 1st June saw the start of Volunteers’ Week – an annual celebration of the fantastic contribution millions of volunteers make across the UK. Here at the Well Women Centre we currently have 30+ active volunteers, and many more have come through our doors over the 32+ years […]
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Further to the original post below – they won! The Well Women Centre would like to congratulate Carers Wakefield & District on their success in winning funds that will allow them to provide a programme of support activities for unpaid carers in the local area. This service will enable participants […]
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The Well Women Centre was invited by B&M store staff to take part in the opening ceremony of their newly refurbished store in Wakefield, receiving a donation in the form of £250 worth of B&M vouchers. Store manager, Roger Mitchell, said: “The team from Well Women Wakefield […]
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Photo: Monday 21 November 2016. Well Women Centre CEO, Sonjia Peers and Head of Business Development Alison Robinson-Rowe with Mark Burns-Williamson the Police and Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire. We joined a full room of other 3rd sector organisations and statutory partners at the PCC’s annual Third […]
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With it being Living Wage Week from Sunday 30th October – Friday 4th November, we are very pleased to announce that we are now an accredited Living Wage Employer. This means that every member of staff in our organisation earns not just the minimum wage but the Living […]
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The Cats in Black blocking the opposition jammer (with the blue star on her helmet).   On a sunny Saturday in August, Alison Robinson-Rowe, our Head of Business Development attended a , Wakefield’s one and only all female Roller Derby team. http://wakeywheeledcats.co.uk/what-is-roller-derby/. Alison says ‘Thank you to […]
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Showcase Event
Well Women Centre recently held a stall at the NOVA Third Sector Showcase event at Light waves here in Wakefield. The event provided us with an opportunity to share information about our work at the centre and raise awareness of the range of services we can provide […]
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Well Women Centre are very excited to announce that we have been chosen by Wakey Wheeled Cats as their “Charity of the Year”. Wakey Wheeled Cats (WWC) are an all-female flat track roller derby league set up as a not-for-profit organisation at a grass-roots level. They provide […]
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