Wonderful Women Interview #9 – Lucy Clayton

'I want to see more affordable childcare so that women can return to work if they wish without feeling like “they can’t afford to work.” That very phrase makes no sense.' Lucy Clayton, a recipient of one of our Wonderful Women Awards shares advice, tells us about the women who have inspired her and reflects on what needs to change for Women in Bristol.

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Wonderful Women Interview #7 – Kate Brooks

Kate Brooks received a wonderful women award for her efforts as a community activist in Fishponds. She helped set up the local youth club, organises FishFest and the Scarecrow Trail, started the People’s University of Fishponds (which has raised funds for Borderlands, Bristol Refugee Rights and Fishponds Foodbank among others) and is one of the founders of Poverty is Pants. Unsurprisingly she is known locally as Mrs Fishponds.

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A warm, welcoming space in a cold, snowy city – International Women’s Day celebrations 3rd March 2018

24 hours prior to City Hall opening its doors for the celebrations of International Women’s Day 2018, Bristol was carpeted in snow with hardly a car on the road, and people…

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Wonderful Women Awards Interview #4 – Chlo Winfield

Wonderful Women Awards Interview #4 – Chlo Winfield
Chlo Winfield at International Women's day 2018 © Evoke Pictures

Four years ago Chlo Winfield set up the Speak Out Project to raise awareness of domestic abuse in young people's relationships. Read her thoughts on what needs to change for women in Bristol.

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