Wirral charity shortlisted for prestigious award
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28 Nov 2018
Tomorrow’s Women Wirral (TWW) was shortlisted for a prestigious honour at the
Guardian’s 2018 Public Service Awards.
The charity was
nominated in the Health and Wellbeing category along with Cheshire Fire and
Rescue Service’s project with Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Groups and NHS
Innovation Agency to identify people aged over 65 at
risk from atrial fibrillation,
and South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust’s ‘Discover mental health’
programme delivered in schools for 16-18 year olds.
eventually went to South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.
Wirral West MP
Margaret Greenwood attended the event which took place at the Royal
Horticultural Halls in Westminster.
launched in September 2011 and became a charity in September 2012. It is a
project designed to benefit all women aged 18+ in the community and is
committed to reducing female imprisonment, offending, and to provide assistance
to those women who want to make positive lifestyle changes.
delighted to be able to congratulate Tomorrow’s Women Wirral on their
nomination for this award at the ceremony in Westminster.
Women Wirral provides vital support to women from across Wirral in a welcoming
and positive environment. Their work is outstanding.
immensely impressed by what I saw when I visited their centre in Wirral where I
was given a full tour of the centre.
“If you are a
woman who needs to support for any reason, or if you know someone who does, you
can contact Tomorrow’s Women Wirral on 0151 647 7907 or 0792 733 5655 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org ”
Chief Executive Officer at Tomorrow’s Women Wirral, said:
to be shortlisted for such a prestigious award. We are delighted our name
is being heard nationally. We are a small charity with a huge impact and our
aim is to reach more and more women so we can give them opportunities for them
to be who they want to be in order that they can lead more positive lives.
“We offer space
in a safe, women-only environment so partners and agencies can work with women,
some of whom may not have accessed services previously.
include Education Providers, Merseyside CRC, National Probation Service, CWP
NHS, Alcohol and Drug Services, Counselling Services, Solicitors, Police and
The charity is
based on St Laurence’s Old School Site, Beckwith Street East, Birkenhead, and
is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm (7pm on Tuesdays) and there are monthly
timetables of courses, interventions and workshops that address women's needs,
including a health clinic.