International Women's Day is today, Thursday 8th March, where we celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women.
This week on CommunitySpaceBook we bring to you three very different groups but with women as a common theme.
The Shine Project Vision is that every young teenage girl should know she is unique, valuable and beautiful just the way she is. The project runs courses over 8 weekly one hour sessions to provide girls with the opportunity to discover their potential, understand the flaws of the media as well as understanding their uniqueness and abilities.
Womankind Bristol Women's Therapy Centre provides a range of services to help Women in the Bristol area improve their mental health and wellbeing. They offer a range of confidential services including a helpline, 1 to 1 counselling, group therapy and befriending.
The Women's Institute (WI) plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their community.
To find a your nearest WI, please click on the link to their web site and use the search function to find a group.
A 45+ singles social club run by its members. Please come along if you would like to meet other single people and share in other social activities.
Our social activities include house parties, dining out, walks and meeting up at other venues.
Birmingham Conservation Trust creates new futures for historic buildings at risk in Birmingham and encourages access to and promotes enjoyment of Birmingham's architectural heritage.
Shades of Black came into being in February 1989 after the Handsworth riots with the aim of reconciling, reassuring and rebuilding the community.
Shades of Black programme of activities cater for the whole family eg. senior citizens, the housebound and young people of all nationalities within the areas of Handsworth, Aston and Stechford.
Canine concern helps the sick, lonely and elderly by providing visiting therapy dogs to homes and hospitals.
The Harrogate Hub is a space for community, safety and belonging. It is also a network of people who want to support those who are finding life difficult. The hub exists because no-one in Harrogate should be lonely, isolated or unsupported.