Over £32,000 was raised for Bowel Cancer UK at the 63rd Women of Scotland Lunch on 22 April 2022. With more than 450 women gathering at the Radisson Blu Hotel, everyone enjoyed meeting friends old and new, listening to the inspirational speakers and enjoying a welcome gathering. It was heart warming to see the many […]
We have had an incredible response to the 2022 Lunch and have now sold all our tickets. We apologise if anyone is disappointed and not managed to get tickets. We have a great line-up of speakers and a very worthy charity. Prize draw tickets are still available or you can donate to Bowel Cancer.
It is with regret that the committee has agreed to postpone the 63rd Women of Scotland Lunch which was to be held on 24th April due to Coronavirus concerns. It is our intention to hold the lunch on 23rd April 2021 – please put that date in your diary. We will be supporting the same […]
We’re so pleased to announce that this year’s charity is Bowel Cancer UK in Scotland. All funds raised from the 2020 Women of Scotland Lunch will directly fund Bowel Cancer UK’s ‘Improving Surgery, Saving Lives Appeal’. This appeal will establish Scotland’s first-ever Colorectal Cancer Surgical Research Chair in partnership with the world-renowned Royal College of […]
We were delighted to hand over a cheque for £25,000 to Mental Health Foundation Scotland, as raised at our lunch in April. Here our Chair Laura Lambie (centre), with the 2019 Chair Ann Garvie, hands the cheque to Michael Wilson, Chief Exec of MHF Scotland. Thanks to all those who came to the lunch and […]
Some images from our successful 2019 lunch event which raised £25,000 for Mental Health Foundation Scotland.
Congratulations to all the winners of our prize draw. The Joseph Bonnar vintage star pendant was won by Lorraine Wilson; the Arisaig House 2 nights DBB was won by Nicola Easson; Debbie Butler won the Nyetimber Vineyard tour; Fiona Leslie won the Denzil Skinner & Partners voucher; the Sheana Stephen Necklace, Brooch and Earrings was […]
The 62nd Women of Scotland Lunch was a huge success raising over £25,000 for Mental Health Foundation Scotland with 430 attendees. This will provide much-needed funds for a new project to start work with adolescent mothers living in Scotland. This is one area that is under-resourced but remains a serious gap in both policy and […]
Welcome to Laura Sinclair who has just joined our committee. Working as a solicitor for Turcan Connell in Edinburgh, Laura trained in London and her legal and organisational skills are a huge asset to the team.
We’re delighted that the 2019 charity will be the Mental Health Foundation Scotland. Much needed funds raised at the lunch will go towards helping adolescent mothers with mental health problems.