Monday Women Meet At Heart & Soul, Liverpool
Monday Women (Liverpool) has been going for more than five years now, so it was really encouraging to see such a good turn out for the first meeting of Autumn ’08. There’s clearly a continuing enthusiasm for a (free, open access) ‘space’ for women in our city to meet friends old and new, and just to catch up on the news. It’s fun; so come! Please note: future meetings now at Everyman Bistro, 5 Hope Street, Liverpool L1 9BH.
Please note: Sadly, subsequent to this great meeting in October 2008, circumstances at Heart & Soul changed. We were however pleased to find a temporary place to meet, in Starbucks on Bold Street (thanks for making us so comfortable), before eventually being able to return to our original home, the Everyman Bistro Third Room, at the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral end of Hope Street; same times (5.30 – 7.30 pm), same dates (first Monday of the month), same lovely MW people….
These Monday Women are amongst those who arrived earlier on for this friendly, lively meeting at Heart & Soul bistro in Liverpool, after work this evening (6 October ’08). Monday Women meet between 5.30 and 7.30 p.m. on the first Monday of the month. All women, from Liverpool or just visiting, are welcome to join us. There’s no joining fee or any other membership process; if you turn up you’re a ‘member’.
There are also two completely free email goups * which women in Liverpool and further afield can join, for the exchange of news and views and to chat with everyone about events, business opportunities, courses, arts activities, good causes and anything else with which people may be involved.
Monday Women is free and it’s fun
The sole reason for the group, whether the actual meetings or the e-groups, is to give us all a no-cost avenue to keep in touch and to make friends and find other women with similar interests! If you like, it’s a sort-of zero cost social enterprise. The only ‘capital’ in this ‘enterprise’ is social capital – the friendliness and fascinating interests of Monday Women themselves.
Our very special and warm thanks to Monday Women member (and ‘social secretary’) Chumki Banerjee of Heart & Soul, who has been our kind host for meetings over the Summer of 2008.
* The egroups are on Facebook and at Yahoo. For either, just log in and search ‘Monday Women Liverpool’, then click to say you’d like to join. We only ask that people ‘apply’ to be on these e-groups in order to avoid spam, so as a real woman you’ll be warmly welcomed.