• Cardiff Women's Newsletter, Cardiff, March 1983

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Cardiff Women's Newsletter, March 1983, eighteen A4 pages, 35pp, stapled. Includes editorial policy and details on how to submit material to the newsletter collective. Listings included for the Lesbian Line, the Women's Centre, and a pregnancy testing service. Diary includes a Grand Opening event for a 'Wimmin's Disco' at The Shop & Pilot in St James Street, Docks, and a 'Girls Activity' at Fitzalan School, Canton. Article on 'Your Legal Rights' and a Feminist Solicitor Emergency Service to inform women of their rights on demonstrations, with the police, and in court. Also information on legal aid.

Articles on Women in Caving, Women All Out For Peace on International Women's Day for Disarmament, 24 May. Information on Oaklands Women's Centre in Glasbury-on-Wye, and steep rise in Gwent abortions. Updates from Greenham Common & vigil at Royal Ordinance Factory, Llanishen. Article: Lesbians in the Women's Movement. Information on the proposed Police and Criminal Evidence Bill. Also cartoons, newspaper clippings and poem.

Cardiff Women's Liberation Newsletter (aka Cardiff Women's Newsletter) was written and compiled by the newsletter collective - a group of women who were active in Cardiff's women's liberation movement in the 1970s and 1980s. Many of these women were also involved in setting up and running the Cardiff Women's Centre in Cathays. Contributions were welcomed from women across Cardiff and South Wales. The newsletter included opinion pieces as well as notices of events and opportunities of interest to women in Cardiff. The newsletter was available by subscription. As the Cardiff Women's Liberation Newsletter it was edited and published for some years by a woman called Maggie who lived in Adamsdown.

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