Newcastle flash mob turns Monument red for International Women’s Day

Women covered Grey’s Monument in 1,000 red pom-poms to raise awareness of period poverty in the region for International Women’s Day (8 March).

Around 100 women also took part in a flash mob choir, performing an original song composed by community musician Bethany Elen Coyle to promote period positivity.  The event was organised by Women in Newcastle and Newcastle City Council.

One in 10 girls in the UK can’t afford to buy sanitary products.

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