Win £400 of prizes!

Create a photo, a painting, a poem or a short story about women and their relationship with flowers and you could be in with a chance to win a share of £400.

So get creative and enter our competition

Your work must be original and produced within the last 12 months. Stories and poems must be 500 words or less and saved as a Word document. Photos and photos of your artwork should be no larger than 2MB and sent to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it by 5pm 20th March 2017.

In the subject of your email put ‘Flower Power’ and then title and date of your work. In the email body, put your name, address and age range you fit in (under 18, 19-40, 41-60, over 60). If you would like to post your work, then send to ‘Flower Power’, 546/47 Royal Exchange, Old Bank Street, Manchester, M4 7EN. We cannot return posted work.

You must be willing to allow us to use your work on our website and in our publicity. We will acknowledge you as the artist/author. Prizes are £100 x 1, £50 x 2, £25 x 4, £10 x 10 and will be a variety of tokens for ethical and garden products. We will announce the winners on the 17th April 2017.

You can read the Flower Power page and watch our videos but your entry can be about women and flowers anywhere in the world. Good luck!

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Women Working Worldwide

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Behind the scenes at Women Working Worldwide - who are we?

We all have a range of backgrounds, skills and experiences which have inspired and motivated us to do the type of work we do. Here we each tell our own individual stories of how we came to be part of Women Working Worldwide, what our jobs involve and why the work of WWW matters to us:

Caroline Downey, Executive Director (pdf)
Fatou Salim Mawanda, Finance and Office Administrator (pdf)

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