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The Women Time Project is a programme for individual women aimed at improving mental wellbeing, self-empowerment and health.

The Womens Time Project is run by the Fusion Lifestyle Sports Development team. Its consists of:

  • 12 Week programme
  • Free for referrals
  • Weekly session available
  • Safe environment
  • Motivational support throughout via scheme coordinator
  • Complimentary membership of Fusion if you attend 70% of programme 

"Being in an all-female environment gives you the empowerment and support that I needed to face my fears and the darkness that has consumed me for so long. The pain I feel is a good pain and I know that i am working towards making myself a better person with support and encouragement to continue each week. "

"It is a fantastic programme where we women of different cultures and backgrounds with different life experience can meet to exercise, talk and support each other in a safe and friendly women only environment ."

Check out the leaflet with full information here!

For more information or to make a referral please email  or call Hannah Bennett 0208 885 7307(Women Time Project Coordinator)

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