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Radio interview

Katie Lewis, co-ordinator of our sex worker outreach project (SWOP), spoke on BBC radio Gloucestershire on Monday morning about how we are supporting vulnerable women on the streets of Gloucester and helping them exit sex work.

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Glouccester City Homes have a Green Thumb!

A big thank you to all of the volunteers who tidied up our Gloucester Women's Centre garden on Friday

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We are taking Part in The Big Give!

More information on how your donations to the Somerset Women's Centre can be doubled will be coming in November. Why not join us in offering support to more than 950 women and families in Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, and Somerset this Christmas?

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The Life and Loves of Lord Nelson

On Friday 28th of September we enjoyed NADFAS lecturer Felicity Herring's lecture on The Life and Loves of Lord Nelson.

Annual lecture

Read more and take a look at photos from the evening here -https://nelsontrust.com/news-and-events/news/new-blog-entry-page-24/

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Hub News!

The 5th November bought the relaunch of our Hub Academy. We even have a brand new name...

The High Flyers

The High Flyers Hub Academy provides safe spaces for people who are recovering from addiction to drugs & alcohol. Providing several services we support people to develop practical skills, changing their life for the better.

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Stand up for change!

On Monday 15th October Bishop Rachel hosted an event in the House of Lords.

Leading change to women's judicial systems!

The Bishop of Gloucester's aim is that women given short sentences for non violent offences should be given community- based orders and rehabilitation through women's centers. Watch the video above.

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Sound delivery presents Being the Story

A day of story telling!

Radio reporter and ex Nelson Trust client Milly discusses how The Nelson Trust offered her the chance to learn basic radio skills, finding her own voice and becoming part of the community again. She is now a radio reporter, podcast producer and DJ.