Read our interview with Jessica Wright who received a Wonderful Women award for her work within the community of Bedminster down, promoting community cohesion, wellbeing and inclusion through the varied activities and events on offer at Zion.
'What hopes do I have for my Local community? To recognise the massive need for people to just love one another. To care for the last, the least, the lost and the forgotten in our community because life is so much nicer that way.'
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…
Read our interview with Wonderful Woman Crysse Morrison, a champion of the southwest arts scene.
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.
Mas was a fierce advocate for women's rights and a particular champion and expert on addressing violence against women and girls. She dedicated an enormous amount of time and energy…
Carly Wilkinson received a Wonderful Women Award for her work inspiring women to be their most authentic and empowered selves. Read our interview with her.
Asha Mohammed is a fourth year medical student at Bristol University who was nominated for a Wonderful Women Award for her work with the charity Integrate UK. Find out more about who she has been inspired by and her hopes for Bristol in our interview.
In a night of celebration, The West Women of the Year 2018 awards honoured the amazing achievements of women in our region. To open the evening on the 12th April, our…
'Housing is a feminist issue. We need more decent, affordable and dignified housing for working class women.' Read our interview with Anny Cullum who received a Wonderful Women Award for fighting for tenants rights.