Reclaiming the Night!

November 23, 2018

Club members and guests joined us for a walk around Bath ‘Reclaiming the night” making the streets safer for women and ending violence against women.  We had a good response from the public whilst we handed out ‘Love me, love me not’ bookmarks to emphasise what a good relationship is and what a bad relationsbip feels like.

Father Christmas is a staunch supporter for our very important cause.

Cheque presented to the CEO of Dorothy House

November 22, 2018

Immediate Past President Helen was very happy to present a cheque for £800 fundraised by the club over a year through various activities and fundraising events.  John Davies gave us an insight to the future of Dorothy House which will be a challenge but will be so beneficial to future patients. img_6474.jpg

Liverpool Convention is a success!

November 1, 2018

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3 members from our club attended the Annual Soroptimist Conference in Liverpool for 2 days.  We had interesting speakers including Emily Rose Yates, Sally Kettle, Sir Ranulph Fiennes and Dr Helen Pankhurst to name but a few.

We met up with our Friendship Club from High Wycombe and District and we were there to support the volunteers who are going to lead our Region, South West and Channel Islands for 2018/19.

Change of President

October 18, 2018

President Helen handed over the reins to President Diane at the last supper meeting. Helen has been the President for the last 18 months . Waiting in the wings is our President Elect Jenny James who will take over  in April.


Neal’s Yard party is a huge success.

October 18, 2018

We held a Neal’s Yard party at a member’s house and managed to raise £365 for the RUH charity appeals. The folowing day we were able to present Lauren Noble, the Community Fundraiser at the hospital with the cheque after Lauren gave a very interesting talk at our supper meeting.

Selling christmas decorations for the Purple Community Fund

September 22, 2018

This charity was set up  by Jane Walker, MBE to help build businesses for women in the Philippines .  We collect ring pulls from cans and they are sent to the women who turn them into beautiful items which helps pay for their children to be fed and educated.

There were only a few decorations left when this photo was taken as they were so popular.IMG_6133

Inspirational day at the regional meeting

September 22, 2018

SI St Austell shared one of their successful projects with the rest of the regional clubs at today’s meeting showcasing the use of soft loans to women worldwide with huge success stories.  They were wearing T shirts saying ‘Deeds not Words’ on the front and on the back ‘Women and Empower’.IMG_6132

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