11:00AM, Sunday 05 August 2018
An international election monitor who has worked in Sierra Leone and Turkey gave a talk at a Soroptimist International meeting.
Soroptimist International’s Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead group met at Fredrick’s Hotel in Shoppenhangers Road on Wednesday, July 18. The group was given a talk by Alison Sutherland, who discussed her experience working as an election monitor overseas.
Last month, the group, which meets at least once a month, enjoyed a fundraising summer garden party at the home of one of its members in Windsor.
This month the group will take a trip to Savill Garden in Windsor.
Soroptimist International is a group of about 80,000 women based across the country.
The members work on projects to improve the lives of women both nationally and across the world.
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