Late Entries

Connecting with Yourself and Others
Monday 6th March, online, 13:00-15:00

Bryony Rowntree CoachingOrganiser: Bryony Rowntree Coaching
Description: A contemplative workshop, drawing on the strength and connectedness of trees and forests, to nourish your connection with yourself  and others. This 2-hour workshop will involve individual work, collective discussion and working with the brain and body. The intention is to create a safe, nourishing space for work on connection. The workshop is open to anyone who is ready and able to hold this work themselves and to work well with others.  
Where: Online, Zoom link will be emailed after booking.
Eventbrite link for booking:
booking closes 10am on 6th March. 
Access: Zoom automated captions
Cost: Flexible donation for Kyra Women’s Project, York (  Donation made on booking.
Contact:  Email:   Web:
Facebook: @bryonyrowntreecoaching   Twitter: @bryonyrowntree Instagram: @bryonyrowntree


The Clothesline Project – Discussion with artist Monica Mayer
Monday 6th March 18:00

Organiser: Centre for Applied Human Rights @ UoY
: Monica Mayer is a feminist Mexican artist, activist and art critic whose work includes performance, digital graphics, drawing, photography, and art theory. Please join us for this event in which Monica will discuss her role as a founding member of the Movimento Feminista Mexicano, her remarkable global piece, ‘El Tendedero/The Clothesline Project (1978)’ and her founding of ‘Polvo de Gallina Negra’ in 1983, the first feminist art collective in Mexico.
Where: Online. Link will be emailed after booking.
Eventbrite link for booking:
Cost: Free

El Tendedero/The Clothesline Project in York: Kings Manor, Exhibtion Square, Thursday 9th March 11am-4pm. 


Wayward Girls and Wicked Women: An International Women’s Day Poetry Event
Wednesday 8th March 19:00-21:00

Organiser: Chloe Hanks 
 An intimate, unplugged evening of poetry from local female writers. Our current listing includes performances from local poets: Chloe Hanks, Stephanie Ornithari Roberts, Elizabeth Pywell, Susan Darlington, Charlotte Knight. We will also have time for an ‘open mic’ style showcase should anyone feel inspired to read.
Poets may bring copies of their publications to sell so please take time to withdraw cash if you wish to purchase any books.
The venue does not have refreshments as far as I am aware so bring your water bottle and we can all head for a celebratory drink afterwards.
Eventbrite link for booking:
WhereFriargate Quaker Meeting House, Friargate, York, YO1 9RL
Wheelchair access, accessible toilet, hearing loop
Cost: Free
Contact:  Email:   Phone:  07566 219 207
Twitter: ChloeHanks4  Instagram: CLHanks


York Racial Equality Network (YREN)
Saturday 11th March, in-person, 10:30-12:30

Green circle containing words York Racial Equality Network, surrounding beige circle with eight handprints in different human shades of brown

Description: Join us to celebrate our differences and make new friends with Guest Speakers, Crafts & the brilliant vocal group The Barberellas
Where: St Aelred’s Community Centre, 216 Fifth Avenue, Tang Hall, YO31 OPN
Cost: free
To book: email:
Access: Ramped access via sloping path from the Car Park; hearing loop; dedicated disabled toilet room.