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International Womens' Day sees a number of MISSIONS to help forge a gender equal world.

Celebrating women's achievements and increasing visibility, while calling out inequality, is key.

This event takes place in the school hall in March every year to celebrate International Women’s Day. It showcases approximately 40 services and professionals from across Kirklees who join us in putting on an event that offers support not only women but the whole community. It is opened by the Mayor of Kirklees and the first female Chief Executive of Kirklees council Jacqui Gedman.

We encourage parents and community members to access support from local services, support groups and individuals/professionals who can help improve outcomes.

Approximately 100-150 women from the local community attend and are able to access and engage with local services e.g. mental health, domestic abuse, substance miss-use, health services etc. The environment is calm and inviting with the addition of hand massage, Mehndi, crafting, and refreshments.




Click here to see our International Women's Day Presentation

Click on the links below to read all about our past International Women's Day events.

International Women's Day Newsletter 2019

International Women's Day Newsletter 2018

Click here for the Heart of Help

Click here for the Heart of Hope

8th March 2021

PCSO - Julie Buxton

Click on the links below for information from our Partners

Pennine Domestic Abuse Partnership

Directory of Services

Female only boxing and fitness session to celebrate International Women's Day

This is a free online, one off basic fitness session and no experience is needed. All levels of fitness welcome.

·      Open to Women only as part of International

Women's Day

·      Date of event: March 17th 2021

·      Time of event: 11am till 12noon

Female only boxing and fitness to celebrate International Women's Day Tickets, Wed 17 Mar 2021 at 11:00 | Eventbrite

Women That Changed The World