Open Day Invite

Nottingham Women’s Centre Open Day – 6th September


You are cordially invited to join us on Thu the 6th September from 10 – 2pm for our annual Information / Open day.

  • Learn more about the centre, the activities and courses that we run as well as the specialist support that we provide.
  • Take part in taster sessions for some of our most popular activities.
  • Find out how you can take part in focus groups, consultations and research groups.
  • Learn about our ongoing #campaigns !
  • Find out about volunteering opportunities with the centre
  • Visit the Women’s only library – a truly unique resource
  • Have some food and make new friends

And if you’ve heard any myths about the centre, let us dispel them on the day…We look forward to meeting you all!

Find out more by following this link.

For more information on our forthcoming courses and activities follow this link.

Meet The Team Marie


My name is Marie Talty, and I’m the new Welfare Benefits Adviser. I have been an adviser most of my working career delivering advice to a front line service in both the public and private sectors. Amongst others, I have previously worked for Citizens Advice, the local authority, local colleges and the DWP. I am trained to deliver level 3 advice in 7 areas; Benefits, Debt, Housing, Consumer, Immigration, Family and Relationships and Employment.

After completing my degree I completed a qualification in education and training and worked as a lecturer in local colleges and adult education centres. But I soon returned to delivering advice as that is where my heart lies. I’ve also worked in Research and Campaigns. I’m a bit of a rebel and protestor! Give me any form of injustice and I’ll be there, frontline, fighting it all the way to the top.

I believe I have a good sense of humour and people find me to be an upbeat, self-motivated team player. I enjoy reading, movies, as long as they’re a good horror or thriller, festivals, gigs, nature, travel, and anything that’s vintage and quirky especially VW Camper Vans. AND music, lots of music, music, music and more music. AND food. I like food!

Lastly, I’ve just moved to Nottingham. A new job and a new place to live. I’ve lived in Scunthorpe most of my life.  And can I just say I love Nottingham, I love the people and I love my new job. Never have I been made to feel so welcome in a working environment. I’m really looking forward to my future and my future working with Nottingham Women’s Centre.