Women’s History Month – The woman behind the poster

With Women’s History Month well under way this March, Redbridge Libraries has begun it’s month long programme of events and activities to celebrate the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. You may have seen the poster around the borough promoting all of the events taking place in Redbridge throughout March, but …

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Watch the Royal Wedding in style!

Join in the day of celebration for the marriage of HRH Prince Harry and Ms Meghan Markle, as the Chadwell Heath South Residents' Association hosts a very special Live Screening of the Royal Wedding/Afternoon Tea Party for the community, from 11:30am on Saturday 19th May, at Chadwell Heath URC Church (Mill Lane, RM6 6RS)! The Afternoon Tea …

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Championing Strong Female Voices: International Women’s Day – The power of unity amongst women

Observed since the early 1900s, International Women’s Day remains a prominent day of appreciation and celebration of women's progression and achievements throughout history. Spanning from social to political and economic issues, women who were previously denied voices, began to emerge and demand recognition, in aspects including a woman’s right to vote and equality in the …

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Championing Strong Female Voices: International Women’s Day

A friend mentioned to me the other day that although he had really enjoyed his school days, he did not know many women who had said the same. Generalisation though this is, it nonetheless seems to be one that holds some water. I’m sure there are arguments to be made attributing this to the differing …

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