A Celebration of Women in Support of Maggie's

Date

Monday 21 March 2016

Location

Maggie's West London, Charing Cross Hospital Fulham Palace Road London W6 8RF

Please join us for an evening with Lucinda Hawksley, along with other inspirational women, as we journey through the month of March to celebrate Mother's Day and World Story Telling Day which is themed this year on Strong Women.

Lucinda Hawksley, author, speaker and great, great granddaughter of Charles Dickens, will be giving a talk followed by a Q&A session on her book March, Women, March as part of the Celebration of Women in Support of Maggie’s.

Her talk will follow the ways in which women’s support groups sprang up within their local communities to help the suffrage movement. Bernie Byrne, Centre Head, will then also give a brief talk around the celebration of women in the month of March and the importance of the support group which is key element of Maggie’s programme of support.

Please arrive from 6.30pm where you can enjoy drinks and nibbles whilst taking the chance to explore our award winning Centre. The talk will then commence at 7pm finishing at 8.45pm. Tickets are priced at £25 per person.

Lucinda Hawksley will also be selling signed copies of her book March, Women, March with a donation made to Maggie’s from each book sold. All ticket sales will support Maggie’s West London.

Date: Monday 21 March

Time: 6.30pm

Tickets: £25 per person

To purchase your ticket please contact Emily Fitz, Centre Fundraising Manager emily.fitz@maggiescentres.org for tickets and further information. Please note that tickets are limited.

We look forward to welcoming you to our Centre.

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