Did you know that every week we have around 50 different classes and courses in our building that you can take part in. Whether you want to dance, act, or exercise, you can find great activities every day of the weekJoin in at Jacksons Lane
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Help us continue our artist support programmes, and the work we do in our community. Every £1 donated to Jacksons Lane is curently being matched £ for £ by Arts Council England!Double your donation!
Take part in free circus workshop
We run three circus workshops across Haringey every week for children and young peopleShow me more
Women Rise is a community project that gives local women the chance to debate and learn about the issue of safety of women in Haringey through exciting events that involve actors, theatre and debate.
Our new Jacksons Lane project gives women in Haringey increased confidence.
Local service providers for women are also invited to talk about their projects and services.
There were three free events with a women-only audience in 2016 in various locations across Haringey. These events explored positive solutions to barriers women are facing in society.
Each event is followed by a series of 6 women-only self-defence workshops taking place throughout Haringey. The best news is this is all FREE!
Keep checking this page for details of our next Women Rise event and course of self-defence.
It provides an avenue of self- confidence which might be the all important two second feeling that will help you successfully remove yourself from a dangerous or harmful situation
Self-defence participant Tottenham 2015
This project is supported by the Big Lottery Fund, Haringey Council and Arts Council England.
Header photo: Eric Richmond, design by longarm, from Mimbre's Falling Up.
Jacksons Lane and Women Rise are proud partners of the UK SAYS NO MORE campaign which promotes the use of a new national symbol to express support for ending domestic violence (DV) and sexual assault (SA) in our society. As well as getting involved in Women Rise do have a look at this important campaigns website: http://uksaysnomore.org/