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Well Women Celebrates

  • Date: 27 Nov 2019

  • Location: Kingswood Suite, Wakefield Town Hall Wood Street, Wakefield, WF1 2HQ

Well Women Celebrates

Howard League for Penal Reform and Well Women Centre

Kingswood Suite, Wakefield Town Hall, Wood Street, Wakefield, WF1 2HQ, 

Wednesday 27 November 2019, 9.30am–1.30pm

On Wednesday 27 November, we are celebrating the ground-breaking work of Well Women Centre, Wakefield. This is an opportunity to hear from key influencers at the Howard League for Penal Reform and Well Women Centre; and hear from project staff, practitioners, and service users. A buffet lunch will be provided.

The Howard League for Penal Reform’s annual awards celebrate best practice in diversionary work and champion work in the community that challenges and changes people for the better – be it with children; women; mental health or restorative justice. The Howard League believes that projects which help to keep people out of the criminal justice system, by providing alternative, proportionate, effective and targeted interventions, we will reduce the risk of re-offending.

Well Women Centre was one of the winners in our Community Awards 2018 ‘Women’ category. We want to celebrate and promote the work of this organisation and would very much like you to join us on the day.

Established over thirty years ago Well Women Centre plays a unique role in the Wakefield District promoting women’s mental health and wellbeing. The Centre has a long track record of delivering outcomes that enable women and their families to turn their lives around.

To find out more and to request a place at the event email:  poppy.cubbage@howardleague.org

 

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