The Being, Feeling, Keeping Safe Event

On Friday 10th July 2015 Women’s Community Matters had their first Being, Feeling, Keeping Safe Event. The women had been part of the project since January 2015 and on Friday they graduated after completing from between 20 – 50 session. The event was planned by the women who took part in the project and it was a huge success! The Police and Crime Commissioner, Richard Rhodes, funded the project and attended to see the women graduate. The mayor, Ann Thomson, and MP, John Woodcock, also attended the event. Thank you to all the professionals who have delivered sessions to our group of women – they have grown so much over the last 6-months and are truly inspirational.

The BFK Safe graduates!

The graduates with Katy Scott, Project Lead & Richard Rhodes, PCC

Thank you all. Hear the women bravely share their journey in the video they created for the event…


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