Women’s Equality Party – Lewisham


The Women’s Equality Party is the newest and fastest growing political party in the UK. To date we have 45,000 members and supporters with 70 branches nationwide. WE have achieved this in less than a year and WE have already  garnered enough support from people and financially to stand candidates for London Mayor, Sophie Walker, with 11 candidates for the London List including our own Lewisham-based Rebecca Manson Jones as well as candidates for the National Assemblies in Scotland and Wales.

You can find out more about the Women’s Equality Party’s current  London, Welsh and Scottish campaigns here

This blog is for everyone and is mainly a resource for the members, supporters and volunteers for Lewisham Branch. You can find out when events are taking place, learn more about what WE  Lewisham do,  who WE Lewisham are and you can sign up to volunteer to help us grow WE Lewisham. Contact us on weplewisham@gmail.com

Feb 2016


About justRMJ

Theatre Director, Artistic Director of Just Jones &, a touring theatre company (www.justjonestheatre.org.uk). Co-Chair of What's Next?-Lewisham, part of a national movement to place arts and culture at the heart of public conversations. Inhabitant and co-creator of the Happy City, freecycler, gardener and Action Learning Facilitator. Governor at Sydenham School, Trustee at Oily Cart. Founder member of the Women's Equality Party and candidate in the GLA election and first-ever WEP local council candidate in Brockley, Lewisham in 2016. Standing again in 2018. Blogging about all and some of those things, not necessarily in that order.
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