University of Liverpool Women's Club
An opportunity to meet people and make new friends.
The University of Liverpool Women's Club is open to all female members of staff (both current and retired), partners of staff, postgraduates and alumni.
The origins of the Club are a bit of a mystery, but according to the book ‘A history of the University of Liverpool Women’s Club’ written by Anne Clough, the club first started in 1927 as the University Staff at Home Fund. In 1938 the Club became known as the Ladies Tea Club, later changing to the Women’s Club in 1964.
The Women's Club provides an opportunity to meet people and make new friends, to get help and advice in finding your way around and to broaden your connections in Liverpool.
The Women's Club has been part of the University for nearly 90 years and prides itself on keeping abreast of cultural and intellectual developments - arranging gallery, museum, theatre and concert visits, excursions to interesting places and topical speakers. It also likes to think it does not neglect the need for the occasional party.
Although a 'woman's network', husbands and partners are warmly invited to all our events.