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Portmann Hotel, 42 Portland Road, Kilmarnock.
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November 21, 2018, 10.30 – 13.00

Portmann Hotel, Kilmarnock

The SWC (Scottish Women’s Convention) is coming to Kilmarnock on Wednesday 21st November from 10.30am until 1.00pm. Come along and tell us what is happening in your area!

This event is free and lunch is provided.

By listening to local women, the SWC is able to provide a unique response on a number of key issues affecting the women of Scotland as we use YOUR views. This means that the Government is able to hear YOUR voice, along with that of other women.

YOU are able to have an impact of key policy decisions which affect your day-to-day life - whether that's employment, education, caring, health, transport, childcare or any other important issue.

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