Daniel Zeichner MP visited Cambridge Women’s Resource Centre to meet with staff, service users and trustees to discuss the work of the Centre and how it changes lives for the better.
Established in 1982 and with new premises in Peterborough since 2013, CWRC is a women’s community space which supports, trains and encourages women seeking positive change for themselves and their families. It provides support for many day to day challenges including career development, debt and personal finance, and families and parenting. It also hosts a mix of fun and practical informal groups, workshops and networking events.
Daniel Zeichner said: “It is a privilege to be able to visit a Cambridge institution like the Women’s Resource Centre. It does such important work supporting women in all aspects of life and it is a pleasure to be able to speak with some of the many women who visit the Centre as well as staff to learn more about the huge role it plays for women in our city.”
Anna Gilchrist, Manager of the Dawn Project at CWRC, added: “This year we are celebrating the 35th anniversary of CWRC – we have been supporting women in a wide variety of ways since we began. We are an important part of many women’s lives and welcome Daniel’s support for what we do.”