The cover of Dee’s book. The image is blue and red cell on a purple background, with the book title in the centre and Dee’s name below.

Schroedinger’s Lump – Dee Dickens

Our Trustees are incredibly talented people, and Dee Dickens is no exception! We are absolutely delighted to not only congratulate them on the publication of her latest poetry collection, Shroedinger’s Lump, but also thank her for kindly donating proceeds from sales to FTWW and our friends at Love Your Period. Dee’s collection covers their experiences of accessing healthcare during a breast cancer scare, which was complicated by the Covid-19 pandemic. We know that Dee’s poems will resonate with so many in our community, so if you’d like to read it – and support us by doing so – you can…

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Jacob completes his challenge

Diolch, Jacob and Harriet!

FTWW Volunteer, Harriet Jones, who also runs the @apaininthepelvis Instagram account, was recently invited to talk about Endometriosis by abigo mboke, creator of The Waiting List podcast. They discussed life with endometriosis and why it’s important to be inclusive, as well as the symptoms and temporary ways of managing them.  Listen to the episode here. Speaking of Harriet, we would like to say a huge thank you to her and her partner Jacob Law, who set a huge personal challenge to run 100km during March as part of Endometriosis Action Month, raising money for FTWW and Barbados Association of Endometriosis and PCOS.  Not…

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Lisa Nicholls after finishing her Ultra Marathon

Congratulations, Lisa! We are ULTRA proud of you!

FTWW’s Menopause Lead, Lisa Nicholls (pictured), has long supported our members experiencing menopause-related issues, and also represented FTWW in the media and high level meetings, including the Westminster APPG on Menopause and the All Wales Planned Gynaecology Board Task & Finish Group for Menopause. She does so much in her volunteering for us, but the saying ‘going the extra mile’ doesn’t quite do it justice – she recently took part in a gruelling 50-mile Ultra Marathon, over the Brecon Beacons, to raise vital funds for FTWW.  If you’re as impressed with Lisa’s efforts as we are, please do consider making a…

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Endo What? Film Night at Manorhaus Ruthin

Over two years on from the release of Endo What? and the screenings that FTWW hosted in Cardiff, and Rhos on Sea, Samantha one of our North Wales members decided to organise another showing of this groundbreaking film that busts the myths around endometriosis! This time the event was a film night, on Tuesday 7th August 2018, held at Manorhaus, a 5* boutique hotel in Ruthin, Denbighshire. The total amount raised from the screening and the raffle was a fantastic £300 – which will be shared between FTWW and Endo What? ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] It was a brilliant, uplifting evening,…

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FTWW Featured on Localgiving Blog

‘Building support for a difficult or sensitive cause’ FTWW has featured on this month’s blog by all-Wales fundraising charity,​, entitled, ‘Building Support for a Difficult or Sensitive Cause’… I am sure you’d agree that it’s wonderful to see such recognition for our members’ efforts, as well as a great opportunity to raise awareness of the organisation and our work. Thanks, ladies – great job, and thanks to the team at Localgiving for your support!  

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Her Yr Wyddfa 2017 Snowdon Challenge

Snowdon Challenge Between 1st – 7th September, two of our biggest supporters, Heidi and Iona, will embark on the challenge of walking up Snowdon every day to raise funds for FTWW, Fair Treatment for the Women of Wales. The pair will be walking a different path each day and would welcome company – so, if anyone would like to join them on all / part of their challenge, the order of paths to be undertaken is as follows: – Day 1: Llanberis path – meet at the Llanberis railway station @ 8:00am, Grid Ref OS OL17 583598 Day 2: Pyg…

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FTWW North Wales Members Walk Pier to Pier!

Aelodau Gogledd Cymru FTWW yn Cerdded Pier i Bier!   On Saturday 22nd July @ 5:30pm some of our North Wales FTWW members did a Pier to Pier walk. They walked from Colwyn Bay Pier to Llandudno Pier to help raise awareness and funds for FTWW. Donations of course, are still welcome – please follow this link. We made it #Pier2Pier! A really enjoyable walk from Colwyn Bay pier to Llandudno pier, 5.7 miles in 1 hour 45 minutes – a pretty good pace! Most of it was conducted in glorious sunshine, with just a short spell of rain. We ate ice-creams,…

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