POW! Brunch, 25th November

Image by Parys Gardner – www.parysgardener.com

Join Bristol sisters serving up three courses of female empowerment at our Sunday brunch.

This 90-minute session of food for the soul includes inspiring talks, motivational activities and recipes for sisterhood.

11am-12.30pm, Sunday 25th November

Kambe House

Celebrated artist-activists from our 24 under 24 list will be your hosts. Together we’ll explore how we can create change, empower others, and contribute to a kinder world.

Leave feeling connected, inspired and nourished – the perfect way to start your Sunday.

Grab a ticket here for £3. All 24 and unders welcome. Snacks included. Bursaries to attend are available.

Please note this event will take place at Kambe House. Click here for the address and a map. You do not need to collect a ticket for this event. Please make your way directly to Kambe House where a member of our team will have a list of ticket-holders.

If you have any access requirements please contact us via info@watershed.co.uk or phone us on 0117 927 5100.

POW! Brunch is programmed by students on the UWE Bristol and Watershed Creative Producing MA, in collaboration with Rife Magazine and supported by Kambe Events.

Support more young people to have their voices heard

Rife is Watershed‘s online magazine created for young people, by young people.

We offer paid internships and publish work by young writers, photographers, illustrators, and filmmakers from all sorts of backgrounds, helping them get into creative careers. Rife has reached over 8,000 young people through our workshops, over 220 young people have made stuff for Rife on topics ranging from mental health to identity to baked beans, and last year, over 200,000 people visited our website.

In these complex and uncertain times hearing from and supporting young people who are advocating for social change and contributing fresh perspectives has never been so important. 

Through supporting Rife you can ensure that this important work continues and that more young people have their voices heard.