Tuesday 21 January 2020

Come and listen to Fermanagh Women's Voices

Enniskillen Chapter invite you to be inspired, empowered and motivated by local women making a difference!

Local women from ENNISKILLEN NEXT CHAPTER invite you to their Community Project FERMANAGH WOMEN'S VOICES on Saturday 15 February 2020 at 11am in Fermanagh House, Enniskillen.


Photo: Participants from Enniskillen Chapter at the #BalanceforBetter event to celebrate International Women's Day 2019 at Parliament Buildings, Stormont, Belfast.



Join us to hear the stories of two Fermanagh Women who have worked hard and overcome the odds to make a difference in their communities and beyond.
 

Councillor Siobhán Currie is the current Chair of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council and a member of the Enniskillen Next Chapter.  She will talk about her journey to local politics and being inspired by The Next Chapter. 
 Blogger Wheelie Momma is Sarah Griffiths. A sought after motivational speaker and blogger, she is an author of several books, including children's book My Mum's a Superhero and her highly acclaimed autobiography Keepin' It Wheel and publishes a regular blog and online magazine, Wheelie Momma Life.

This is a FREE event open to everyone, but especially women of all ages living in the Fermanagh, Tyrone and Border areas. Light Refreshments will be served.

To register your attendance, please click on the link - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fermanagh-womens-voices-tickets-86729659747

There is LIMITED CHILDCARE SUPERVISION available on the day.
Please contact fermanaghnextchapter@gmail.com for further information.

For any DIETARY or ACCESS requirements please contact fermanaghnextchapter@gmail.com

The Next Chapter project is delivered by Politics Plus, together with partners Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action (NICVA) and Irish Rural Link, as part of a civic empowerment project building positive relations between women from different communities and backgrounds in Northern Ireland and the border counties of the Republic of Ireland. It is funded through the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body. Match-funding for The Next Chapter project is provided by The Executive Office in Northern Ireland and the Department of Rural and Community Development in Ireland.