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Welcome to Townswomen's Guilds

Townswomen’s Guilds is one of the largest women’s organisations in the UK, with around 400 Guilds and 10,000 members. Guild members usually meet at least once a month to enjoy each others company, develop friendships, to get involved with events and crafts, to try new things and to campaign on social issues. Every Guild is unique and can offer a diverse range of activities to suit you.

We asked our members what they thought about tg...

"Making new friends and reconnecting with old ones. Learning new skills and helping others with theirs. Feeling proud to belong to an organisation that supports and develops women through education, sharing and friendship." "TG has given me so many opportunities to attend such a various range of meetings, outings, holidays and of course very importantly make some great friendships. Also, the experience, knowledge and skills learnt at our monthly meeting is an education." "To me TG means that i have met and made friends with some lovely ladies I might have never met and always have someone to speak tot, lunch with, walk with, join in crafts with and so much more. It is lovely to be part of TG" "Belonging is most important. Having the choice to join in activities, making friends, and putting dates on the calendar to look forward to." "TG means to me friendship, support, contact and an antidote against loneliness as well as being able to enjoy a good conversation and have some fun" "Making friends with like-minded women locally in my Guild and from all over the country in TiG (Townswomen’s Internet Guild) meetings" "Friends are the family you choose for yourself - so TG is an extension of my own family. We know we are there for one another through good times and bad."
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Find out whats going on...

There is always loads of great stuff going on at TG both nationally or at your local guild...here are a few highlights

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What are we fighting for?

We have always fought for womens rights, click to go to our Capaign Hub or jump to one of our current campaigns.

Women's Aid and Facebook collaborate to keep women safe online
EVAW speak out in response to Guardian headlines Appalling statistics show weaknesses in the CPS when handling rape cases
"Bystanders must be supported to take action when they fear domestic abuse" EVAW signs joint statement calling for people to take action if they think someone's safety is at risk
TG joins EVAW member forum on "The Human Rights Act and VAWG: Connecting the dots" EVAW coalition brought together member organisations to discuss concerns arising from the introduction of the Bill of Rights Bill