LCCF Christmas Ladies Lunch in partnership with CWB

Nov 14 2016


This summer, CWB’s second FGM project returned to the Laikipia region of Kenya, building on the foundations established in 2015. You can read the project blog here to see how things had progressed.

The project was made possible in no small part through partnership with the Lancashire CCC Foundation, who provided funding for the project including sending two members of their community team to deliver in country.

lancs lunch flyerIn 2017 LCCCF will continue to work with CWB on ending FGM, including the delivery of the new anti-FGM project in targeted communities of Trafford. There they will be able to combine their expertise using cricket as a vehicle to make a real difference, in this case to the lives of young women identified as at risk as well as their wider community.

To raise funds for the FGM projects, and to continue their support of CWB, LCCF are holding a Christmas Ladies Lunch in partnership with CWB.

The lunch will be in the Members' Suite at Old Trafford, on Friday 2nd December from 12.00pm until 4.00pm. There will be lunch, a chance to shop, a glass of prosecco and entertainment from the Rock Choir and a Motown performer. CWB representatives will be in attendance to talk to attendees about CWB’s work and how they can help work to end FGM.

If you or a group would like to attend, tickets are £35 a head.
To book your tickets call 0161 868 6849 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

It would be great to see some CWB supporters there!

Sara & Jules
Gender Equality Leads

 

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Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) is a UK registered charity (number 1154576) that uses cricket as a vehicle for delivering health and social messages in sub-Saharan Africa. It is run almost entirely by the dedication and enthusiasm of its volunteers.
Since its formation in 2005 CWB has become one of the world's leading Cricket Development charities. It is dedicated to helping, educating and developing local communities around the world through the spread and growth of cricket.