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Women’s Voice presents: Hear me roar… MORE!

A festival for International Women’s Day

Saturday 9 March 2024, 11am – 7pm, The Observer Building, 53 Cambridge Road, Hastings, TN34 1DT

FREE. All welcome. 

Come along to find out more about what’s going on for women locally. Listen to empowering and uplifting speakers and performers. 

Line up includes: 

Speakers

  • Emily Booth, local resident with Palestinian heritage 
  • Katy Colley, Chair of Hastings & Districts Palestine Solidarity Campaign
  • Elaine Ellis, UNISON
  • Rossana Leal, CEO of The Refugee Buddy Project
  • Cllr Julia Hilton, Leader of Hastings Borough Council 
  • Anna Maria Nabirye, Multidisciplinary artist, Co-creator Up in Arms

Performers

  • A Load of Poets: Vicky Alice, Jemia De Blondeville, Grace Pilkington, Katie Taylor, Tara Valentine, Yellow and Green.
  • SHE Choir
  • Elisha Edwards
  • Kinsella
  • AFLO

Workshops

  • Active Hastings
  • Afri-Co-Lab 
  • Arts on Prescription
  • Roots of Return
  • Stitch TLC

Organisations

  • Acorn Community Union
  • Black Butterfly
  • Change, Grow, Live
  • East Sussex Domestic Abuse, Sexual Violence/ Abuse & VAWG Team
  • Education Futures Trust
  • Eggtooth
  • Hastings Rounders
  • Hastings and Rye Palestinian solidarity campaign
  • Hastings Youth Commons
  • iRock
  • Oasis Project
  • The Refugee Buddy Project
  • Rainbow Alliance
  • St Michael’s Hospice
  • Trans Pride
  • UNISON
  • Wonky WI

With support from the The Chalk Cliff Trust and Wonky WI

Please do share details of this event with any women who might like to attend.

Women’s Voice is a fantastic group and welcomes more women who would like to get actively involved. Come chat to us at the festival, or email us to find out about our committee meetings.

Email: hastingswomensvoice@yahoo.com

Facebook: Hastings Women’s Voice

Instagram: @womensvoicehastings

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