Join the NAWC
If you would like to join a club all newcomers are welcome to join in for an evening or two to see if they like it. We have a nationwide network of clubs, you can find one near you by looking at the ‘Your Local Club’.
There are four main regions of the UK and all clubs nominally belong to a region. Within the regions you have local Associations and single clubs and all are entitled to put forward resolutions of their concerns on national issues. Head Office coordinates our national campaigns so we can provide a voice for women to speak about issues that concern us and get our laws changed for the better.
NAWC members like to see exhibitions, get interesting speakers to give presentations and enjoy trips to theatres and places of interest. It’s a great way to make friends and find out more about the world around us.
Women join the NAWC for fun, stimulating company, the chance to do something different and the opportunity to make a difference. Each club is different as no two people are the same.
If you cannot find a club in your area and would be interested in starting one, just get in touch, we’re happy to help you with advice and support.
Interested in starting a club?
Then we are only too pleased to give you assistance. You can contact our Head Office Staff by ringing us on 01708 730805 (Monday-Thursday 10-4) if you get the answer machine please leave your name and number and a short message and someone will get back to you. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org or through this website.
We can give you all the information you need:
- What sort of premises you can look at to hold your meetings, (We will be pay the hall rent for 6 weeks).
- How many other like-minded people you will need to get going.
- Ideas for free local speakers and possible paid speakers.
- Places to advertise your proposed club.
- How to hold your initial meeting with an NAWC Officer there to help you and how to progress from there.
- Printing of your leaflets and posters for the advertising campaign can all be arranged through Head Office.
Once up and running we provide Fact Sheets which will help your Officers in their positions on your Committee and also other information that will help your new Club thrive and prosper. Head Office staff and Officers are always on hand to give help and advice.
Don’t delay – contact us and find a rewarding past-time where you will have interesting talks, social events and possible outings. National events are held during the year with Conference, Weekends Away and Workshops open to all. Finally you will make new friends and renew old friendships, meet others who have your interests and those who can show you new ones – in all an opportunity not to be missed.
Want to meet new people and make new friends?
We meet up, have fun and create educational opportunities, the chance to build new skills and also campaign on issues that matter to our members and their communities.