Reading Women's Forum


Reading Women's Forum is an informal and friendly group for all women who are members of Reading Labour party.

We base our activities around our forum meetings which are on evenings approximately every 3 months (pending unexpected elections) and also have a monthly tea/coffee social on a Saturday.

We meet to discuss issues that affect us as women, to network and support each other.  We also work on campaigns that are of particular interest to women, for example a group arranged to produce squares for the women's quilt earlier in the year (commemorating victims of Domestic Violence), and we are now working on the Vote 100 project for Reading - which will mark 100 years since women go the vote.

We are welcoming to women of all backgrounds, so please come along - the diversity of womens' voices is important to us.

Latest RWF Posts

Reading Labour Women Go to Parliament.

By RDLPadmin | 20/11/2017

On Wednesday 15 November, Reading Labour Women were the guests of Matt Rodda MP at the House’s of Parliament. Matt’s Office organised a great tour for us from the amazing Helen McIver who had been a parliamentary secretary for 35 years. Sh be was a fantastic story teller who gave us a riveting history lesson…

VOTE 100 Plans already starting

By Rachel Eden | 17/08/2017

I’m really excited that we already have a lot of interest in next year’s 100 anniversary of women getting the vote. Labour women know the struggle for equality is not over but it will be a great opportunity to celebrate how far we have come in the last 100 years and to think about where we…

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