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We normally focus on being men-friendly, but for this May dinner, as a one-off, we are having a Ladies Night. Men are very welcome, but only women will be sharing their stories
Tanya, 46, was born to loving parents in Carlisle, and life was good... until she went to secondary school where she was extensively bullied. She was so desperate she turned to drugs.
At 13 she was on cannabis and alcohol, and by 15 she was mainlining heroin. Her addiction deepened. She sold drugs for income, but suffered miscarriages and domestic violence.
She tried everything but nothing worked. She moved to Blackpool, London, Spain, all in an effort to escape the life... but it didn't work. Multiple rehabs, dry-out clinics, psychiatric wards... none of them cured the problem. Eventually she found a place where she was safe, where she felt at home.
It took two weeks of going through intense withdrawal to get free of the drugs, Now her life is completely transformed and she's coming to tell all.
Do you have any friends who need to turn their lives around? Would you like to bring them along to hear Tanya and other women tell their stories?
29th May 2014, 7:30pm at May Sum Restaurant, 92-98 Upper Parliament Street, Nottingham NG1 6LF.
The meeting programme is:
7:30 Meeting opens
8:30 Brief outline of the evening & future events
8:35 Presentation of the vision of FGBMFI Nottingham
8:40 Personal stories of local members
9:00 Tanya Weild speaks
9:45 Prayer & ministry at the front for those who want it.
10:00 Official close
This event is open to everyone, without booking, but May Sum charge £10.95 for dinner, with drinks extra.
The dress code is anything from smart casual to suits- the really important thing is that you come, not what you wear.