Wow, what a day! See below for a selection of photos from our festival. We'll be adding more in the coming days. Huge thanks to our team of talented volunteer photographers Jurate Pupkute, Eve Martin and Thea Phillips.
Thank you to everyone who entered our short story competition on the theme of A Voice for Change. We are delighted to announce the long-listed stories. These are (writers are not mentioned as the stories are being judged anonymously): Realms of Possibilities Minding Madonna The Sitter Sins of the Flesh Out Loud The Gift of… Continue reading Short Story Competition – Long-list
One of our most exciting sessions at the festival is our Speed Mentoring. We are offering young women 18-30 the chance to get face to face time with inspiring local women. Sign up today (email WVWV100@gmail.com) or book-in on the day and get quality time with women who want to help you on your path… Continue reading Speed Mentoring – for you?
We are very excited to announce that the poet and journalist Hodan Yusuf will be performing at our festival on Saturday 6th October. Hodan is a poet, writer, multimedia freelance journalist and photographer. She is also a mediator and trainer in conflict resolution. Hodan has spoken at and read her poetry at many events and… Continue reading Every Day is Women’s Day
We had the premier of 'Footsteps' on Saturday in Ipswich, a stunning piece of street theatre recounting the stories of the Ipswich Suffragettes. If you've missed it, don't worry, it will be on again on Thursday 4th and Friday 5th October, starting at 11.30am and 2pm in Arras Square (outside The Buttermarket). Do go along… Continue reading Footsteps