Cheshire College – South and West hosted the annual Women’s Day event at its Crewe Campus for the charity Motherwell Cheshire CIO on Saturday 4th March.
The flagship event for the women and girl’s charity is celebrated annually to coincide with the historic International Women’s Day on 8th March. Running since 2015, Motherwell’s Women’s Day aims to celebrate female led groups, businesses and charities, and to provide an inclusive event where women are celebrated for their contribution to the community, the economy and each other.
Kate Blakemore, founder and CEO of Motherwell said: “It’s more important than ever before to have a day which celebrates all women, both locally and internationally.
This year we are proud to be celebrating women of the world, and to connect this with the diverse community that lives in Cheshire.
As ever, we are grateful to be hosting the event at Cheshire College South and West, which sits at the heart of the community.”
Cheshire College has been hosting the event at its Crewe Campus since 2015, celebrating a different theme each year. The theme for 2023 is Women of the World, and the College welcomed a diverse cohort of groups including choirs, clothing and accessory specialists, food vendors and craft workshops.
Helen Nellist, Deputy Principal at Cheshire College, said: “Motherwell’s annual Women’s Day Event is a great way of recognising the vital work of women in the local community and beyond. We are proud to host this event at Cheshire College and to continue our excellent relationship with Motherwell.”
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