Equal Pay Down Devon Way



What is the pay gap in Devon?

What are the economic prospects for women in the South West?

Come and  find out – join us on Tuesday 27th October

6pm for refreshments and 6.30 for the meeting, at

Exeter St Davids Community Centre 17 St Davids Hill Exeter EX4 3RG ( Map)

Fawcett Devon is pleased to bring you two fabulous speakers:

Ben Neild from the University of Exeter.

Ben Neild is the Assistant Director of the University of Exeter’s  Marchmont Observatory. Ben’s recent research has focused on local issues, including the development of an evidence-base for a skills strategy for the ‘Exeter and Heart of Devon’ Employment and Skills Board. In his presentation, he will focus on how Exeter’s economy is changing, the jobs it is creating, skills it needs and the opportunities this creates, for men and women  and the gender differences in opportunity

 Jackie Longworth from Fairplay South West

Jackie Longworth chairs the women’s equality network Fair Play South West.  Its current priorities include improving women’s position in the economy. She will present statistics on women’s pay and the gender pay gap, comparing data for Devon with that of the South West and the UK

At the meeting Fawcett supporters will have the opportunity to listen to and contribute their experiences of the economic opportunities and prospects of women in Devon and the regional gender pay gap  and discuss the effect  the new living wage rise will have on women in Devon.

Come and be Inspired.

Parking and transport. Please contact the coordinator for details of disabled parking at the rear on street and local car parks all very close by. For a map please go to our website

26 November at Reclaim the Night

Join our November meeting which will take place behind the Fawcett Devon Banner as we march with  other women’s groups and supporters  on

Reclaim the Night on

26th November   6.30 pm

The Mint Methodist Church Centre

Mint Methodist Church, Fore Street, EX4 3AT Exeter, Devon


Want some more Fun?

  • Join us for our seasonal social on Friday 4th December
  • Modern Slavery Event

Find out what slavery means today especially for women

29th February at Exeter College,  6-8.30 pm


Visit our website and subscribe to our newsletter to find out more about our events: from  www.fawcettdevon.org.uk or coordinator@fawcettdevon.org.uk

The Fawcett Society has been going since 1866 it is now not only the longest surviving feminist organisation it’s the only one recognised by government to speak on behalf of women



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