Look! We have a new site!

Thanks to the lovely Sarah at Castle Design, we have a brank spanking new site! Have a look through to get a feel for who we are and what we’re about.

There’s still a few more faces to include and a bit of tweaking but we love it and wanted to show it off to you!

We are currently running our hearts out (well as I keep pointing out, walk/jogging our hearts out) to train for the Bridge Run in Sept. It’s not too late for YOU to get involved, click here to find out how.

Have a lovely week, I am off to Bougainville, PNG where the opportunities for girls and women are limited to say the least and where gender based violence is rife. There is also lots of good happening that sits along side this and I am looking forward to meeting the people bringing that change.

I’ll show you some pics!

Love you to connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram,

Warmly,

Jane for team ‘a Girl & her world’

 

 

 

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