WOW Festival Cardiff
The Circle is proud to announce that we were part of the WOW – Women Of The World Festival in Cardiff, on 24 and 25 November.
The WOW Festival included a range of workshops, talks, debates, performances and art open to the public. Some highlights from the WOW Festival Cardiff programme include: Gwenno Saunders, Charlotte Church, Michael Sheen, Sian Evans, Lula Mehbratu (The Digital Migrant),Sahar Al-Faifi, Sian James former MP, Gemma Price (Boxing Pretty), Anna Hursey, Shahien Taj OBE, Lucy Owen (BBC Wales) and Layfullstop among others.
Chai Day at the WOW Festival
As part of the festival, The Cwtch Café hosted a Chai Day event with The Circle and Henna Foundation from 10:30 to 12:30 on Sunday 25 November.
Chai Day is about gathering together friends, family or colleagues and using that time to raise awareness about violence against women and to raise money to support survivors and work towards ending gender-based violence.
Thanks to those who joined us at The Cwtch Café to hear from our Relationship Manager, Peta Barrett, who shared information about our grass-roots projects supported by Chai Day. We were thrilled to share this important platform with The Henna Foundation’s Executive Director, Shahien Taj, talked about the services they provide to muslim families and encouraging safer, stronger communities through raising awareness of key issues they may face.
More festival information
When? 24 and 25 November 2018.
Day Passes £10 | concession £5