Thursday 6th December 6pm

Reclaim the Night

On the 6th December 2018 women from across Suffolk will march to Reclaim the Night. Just like many women before us we will raise our voices as one to demand an end to sexual violence.

We will come together to highlight the unacceptable levels of violence against women within our communities and throughout the world. We will demand the right to use our streets in safety on this night and every night. And we will call on our politicians, local businesses and organisations to do their part to end violence against women.

Members of Women’s Voices, Women’s Votes will be marching together carrying some of our home-made banners and pennants. If you’d like to march with us come and find us from 5.45pm near the ‘?’ statue outside the University of Suffolk’s Waterfront building. 

The march will start at 6pm and head through the town centre, finishing back outside the University. There’s also an after party hosted at La Tour Cycle Café further down the Waterfront.

Find out more on their Facebook page

University of Suffolk, Waterfront Building, Neptune Quay, Ipswich, IP4 1QJ


Saturday 8th December 

Chai Day 11am – 1pm

Come and join us for Chai day to raise awareness and money for organisations working to end gender based violence.

Take a break from the cold and enjoy a hot drink from our selection of Chai, teas and coffees with a piece of homemade cake (Vegan and gluten free options available).
Let the kids play in our kids corner while you check out our display, have a chat with friends or get some henna done!

Just turn up and pay as you feel! All proceeds will go to four projects supported by The Circle to protect women around the world from violence.
Read more about Chai day here:

25 November 2018 is the International Day to End Violence Against Women and the beginning of the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence.

Sponsored by JIMAS.

St Michael’s Community Centre, 23 Upper Orwell Street, Ipswich

Chai Day poster