At this difficult and unpredictable time of COVID-19, FTWW would like to offer its assurances to members and supporters that, whilst our in-person activities, such as support groups, forums, talks, and events are on hold for the time-being, our online support group and information page on Facebook are still up and running. Similarly, we will maintain […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Never Fear, FTWW’s Still Here!
It is with heavy hearts that FTWW and the EndoMarch Wales organisers have decided to postpone our two much-anticipated endometriosis-awareness events, EndoMarch Cardiff and EndoMarch Mold, due to take place on Saturday, March 28th, until the situation around Coronavirus is resolved. Our main reason for doing this is that most participants in our annual […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on EndoMarches Wales Postponed Until Further Notice
We’ve added full details for both of our 2020 EndoMarches to the website! Please complete the (free) registration for the relevant march if you’re joining us. We look forward to seeing you all, and turning both ends of the country yellow once again, as we join the global uprising – and raise awareness of endometriosis. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on #EndoMarchWales 2020 28/3 Mold & Cardiff!
Yesterday, on the back of FTWW’s lobbying, and membership of Welsh Government’s endometriosis Task and Finish group, we were invited to the Senedd to talk to the Cross Party Group for Women’s Health about the patient experience in Wales. Emma Cox, CEO of Endometriosis UK followed, discussing the work they are doing in England, and how it compares […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Presenting at the Cross Party Group for Women’s Health
UPDATE: 20th March 2020 Due to the current circumstances with Covid-19, we’ve decided to extend the deadline for applications until the 20th April – for now. We will then reassess the situation at that point. Don’t worry if you have already applied, they will be held on file until we are able to start interviewing! […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on FTWW is Recruiting!
Another Positive Step Forward in Ensuring Pupils in Wales Don’t Get Left Behind When it Comes to Menstrual Education FTWW is delighted to see that combined lobbying efforts around ‘Menstrual Well-being on the School Curriculum for Wales’ are finally taking effect. Jade, a member of both FTWW and Endometriosis UK, brought a formal petition to […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Another Positive Step for Menstrual Education in Wales
To coincide with the festive period, FTWW’s Board is delighted to bring to you the organisation’s annual impact report, for the financial year 2018 – 2019. You may already be on our mailing list and have received a copy via email but, if not, please do check it out. This latest report contains 22 pages […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Our Annual Report – Merry Christmas / Nadolig Llawen!
FTWW is delighted to present its post-event REPORT, complete with headlines, links, photos and a short film from our October 23rd, 2019, Women’s Health Equality Event, at Llandudno Junction – the WHEE4Wales. For those who were unable to attend in person, we hope this gives you a flavour of what proved to be an incredibly […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on WHEE 4 Wales Event Report
FTWW was delighted to be awarded runners-up / highly commended, at the recent Welsh Charity Awards. Being a small organisation run by volunteers, up against some incredible competition, we’re truly thrilled! Huge congratulations to the winners Diabetes UK Cymru, and to the Homeless World Cup, Cardiff, on their amazing achievements.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Highly Commended at the Welsh Charity Awards!
The last couple of months have marked a really significant turning point for endometriosis patients across the UK. October 17th, 2019 was the day on which the BBC finally publicised the results of a survey it had conducted into the experiences of the one in ten afflicted. Nationwide media coverage was the result. Just 12 […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Can Anybody Hear Us?