Bristol Women's Voice

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Bristol Women working in Trade

The construction and trade industry in the city is booming and women unfortunately are in the minority within those roles. Although being a self employed trades person could provide flexibility and a good income to women, the number of women involved in or entering the industry remains fairly low.

There are women in our city who are plumbers, electricians and plasters etc but they are not easy to find, we need to encourage more women into this industry from all age groups and provide them with apprenticeship opportunities.

This film shows those missing women, and the myths and challenges that still exists in this industry


Film By Olivia Plato

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