Introducing ladies circle scotland

As part of the Ladies Circle GB&I family, our Circles in Scotland have traditionally formed area groups to help build local ties between neighbouring Circles. This is no different to Ladies Circle in England, Wales or indeed Northern Ireland. This year, our...

A DAY OF CELEBRATION FOR LADIES CIRCLE USA

It has been inspiring & empowering to watch the Inaugural Ceremony in Washington DC today. Today showed in more plain terms than ever before that equity & fairness is making progress in the most exciting places & we celebrate with our sister Association...

WHY #Always?

Every President develops their own logo, their own theme and a story for their term.  These are to engage our members for sure, but they are also there to serve as a bridge and allow us to reach out to young women and introduce them to Circle in a relatable way....

COMMENT ON CIRCLING IN 2020

Circling today bears no resemblance to Circling in 1936 or even in 2006 and that’s great, that’s what our founders intended.  We have a proud history and part of that is bound in our founding principles of Friendship and Service but there is no escaping it, There is...

BRINGING THE FAMILY TOGETHER WITH THE HOUSE CUP

As you all know… Michelle tied a few things she loves together in the logo for her term and incorporated one of the most beautiful film quotes we’ve ever heard (and from the glorious Alan Rickman too); “After all this time? Always.” The idea of incorporating her...

CIRCLING THROUGH COVID, WHAT NOW?

Serving as President was never a role that I thought would be easy, I wanted to be the best servant, the best cheerleader, the best instigator I could possibly be and I knew it would be a challenge. Now, we have a new world to operate in and so much has changed…. but...