Rotherham Recovery Panel 

Don’t miss the Rotherham Recovery Panel, led by Karen Shimwell, Recovery Programme Manager, alongside Joanne Finnie, Rachel Moss, and Lauren Williams, each sharing their unique journeys and insights into recovery, resilience, and support in Rotherham.    Rotherham Recovery Community are a community-based network for those in recovery from addiction, their carers, partners, families, friends and […]

WOWser The Big Picture

In today’s world, the simple act of walking alone can feel daunting, especially for girls. Our WOWsers 2024 project, is not just an art installation; it’s a powerful narrative woven through creativity, aiming to shed light on fears and challenges girls face when navigating public spaces. Join our WOWser group to allow women and girls […]

WIRED Music Tech for Girls

Are you a girl, young woman or person of minority gender aged 11-18? Drop in to have a go with DJ equipment, find out about careers in music technology and where to learn more. This activity is part of WIRED, funded by Youth Music and managed by Yorkshire Sound Women Network. Sign up to WIRED […]

The Happy Human Project

Join The Happy Human Project in emotional wellbeing workshops for children up to age 11 and their families, teaching them about their feelings and how to regulate them. These sessions include games, discussions, mindfulness, role-play, massage, breathing techniques and positive mindset activities. We believe that every child deserves to learn about their emotions, as well […]

Aerial Hoops

Learn pretty poses on the hoop with Rouge Aerial and how to link them together in a relaxed and positive environment. We warmly encourage people who dislike exercise and with no aerial experience to come and have a go!

Let’s Talk Activism and Migration 

Join us for Let’s Talk Activism and Migration featuring speakers Lora Krasteva, Tchiyiwe Chihana, Debjani Chatterjee and Melinda Mo Martinez. Delve into a discussion with women from diverse backgrounds on the migrant experience in the UK, our roles in everyday activism, and its global impact.    Meet the speakers: Lora Krasteva is an artist, cultural producer […]

Thompsons School of Dance

Join a dance performance by an award-winning Thompsons School of Dance. As a minority women-owned institution, Thompsons School of Dance takes pride in upholding the legacy established by Minnie Thompson in 1932. Since then, Thompsons has become synonymous with exceptional dance training and providing a positive, encouraging, and safe space for students to explore their […]

Let’s Talk Neurodiversity and Mental Health 

Don’t miss the Let’s Talk Neurodiversity and Mental Health panel, discussing interconnected experiences of womanhood, neurodiversity, and mental and physical health. Explore how late diagnosis often leads to additional diagnoses like borderline personality disorder, depression, and anxiety before ADHD or Autism is considered in medical settings. Meet the speakers: Heidi Mavir, a trained Mental Health […]

Get Started with Crochet – Worry Worms

Get started with crochet! Suitable for beginners, join us to learn the basics and to make your very own worry worm to take home – or donate! Take up a creative and mindful hobby and help preserve a heritage craft. This session is delivered by the members of the Rotherham Rise Knit and Natter group.

A stitch in time – Feminist Embroidery

Join our empowering embroidery workshop with Sam Cleasby and be part of a community-building experience! Discover the power and strength of this traditionally feminine art form as we reclaim it through positive artwork and encouraging conversation.