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Due to the weather Jo Brand has cancelled her appearance at the WMWA luncheon today. Please note that this event will be rescheduled and apologies to all that were due to attend.

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The Premiere of 'Can you see me?' was screened at Hereford's Courtyard Theatre as part of Borderlines Film Festival, and was a great success. 

A website aimed at those affected by domestic abuse has been unveiled, to coincide with an international campaign that aims to celebrate women and their achievements.

The new website – launched by West Mercia Women’s Aid – will be available from Friday 8 March, International Women’s Day.

can you see me image 2 copyA ground-breaking new film focusing on the issue of domestic abuse in teenage relationships will be given its UK premiere at Herefordshire’s Borderlines Film Festival next month. “Can you see me?” – a  20 minute film funded by community retailer The Midcounties Co-operative, has been developed in partnership with national Women’s Aid, West Mercia Women’s Aid and the film’s producer The Rural Media Company.

It will be screened on Wednesday 6 March at 2pm at The Courtyard and is open to the public.