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Nottingham Women’s Centre is run by women, for women. We aim to help all women to gain the confidence and skills to achieve their potential and become stronger and more independent. We provide a safe and supportive environment in which women can do this, either by taking part in training or activities, getting support and services, or campaigning and becoming active in bringing about change.

We’ve been around for over 40 years – watch our film to get to know us better.




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We want to hear about your experiences of menopause in the workplace. Join us for a supportive focus group at Nottingham Women’s Centre on Tuesday 28th Jan Nottingham Women’s Centre wants to encourage workplaces to adopt menopause polices. To support this work we’re running a focus group to collect women’s experiences and ideas. The focus…

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Nottinghamshire’s political landscape has changed since last Thursday’s election. We’ve created a chart with the up-to-date names and contact details of MPs from across the region, including some information about the changes that have taken place. If you would like advice or help with contacting your MP, get in touch with our Representation officer Katie…

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Nottingham Women’s Centre empowers 2000 women a year through one to one support and 500 through our courses and activities. 30% of these are Black, Asian or from a minority ethnic group. We’re recruiting to our team and we’d like to better represent the women we serve so would encourage women of colour to apply….

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