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Invisible Cities

Women of the UK Card Game

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Edinburgh & the Lothians


Featuring women from all corners of the UK, this unique card game has been designed by the whole team at Invisible Cities.

Each card highlights one woman and some of her history, detailing why we believe she is inspirational. She can either be from the past, or still be alive today, and evolving in fields such as: sports, politics, literature or activism. From Elsie Inglis to Jane Austen, Adele or Ada Lovelace, the aim of the game is to highlight incredible women, and bring awareness of their achievements while raising vital funds for our social enterprise.

Can be played by the whole family.

To find out more and to purchase, please click the 'Purchase on website' button above.

Invisible Cities is a social enterprise that trains people who have experienced homelessness to become walking tour guides of their city. They are located in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, York and soon to be Cardiff. The tours invite the audience to understand more about the cities' powerful past and present, but also reveal a personal side of the city affected by homelessness. The aim is to see the city through a different perspective whilst simultaneously equipping the tour guides with valuable skills that can be used to expand their horizons and regain their confidence.

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