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Exeter Action for Women started life in 2018, as a working group formed by local women in response to drastic cuts to funding for women’s services in the area and 6 women died on the streets.In October 2019 we became a community interest company, with the aim of supporting and connecting women in Exeter.We are currently fundraising to facilitate a variety of women’s groups in the city, with a long-term plan to create a not-for-profit housing community, providing access to a housing for women

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