Posts Tagged: confidence

Announcement: Our 2014 Charity is Freed Beeches

PRESS RELEASE Nottingham Hellfire Harlots to Support Freed Beeches Charity in 2014 Nottingham roller derby team the Hellfire Harlots have announced that they will be supporting eating disorder charity, FREED Beeches throughout 2014. As an all-female league, the team have found time again that skaters come to them having had their own struggle with their… Read more »

Why I Started Roller Derby By Kay Blammity

This is my story of why I had a go and why I keep going back again and again. It was nearly two years ago when I nervously went along to my first Sparks session. I had missed the first one and I was jointly terrified that the Harlots wouldn’t take me and that they… Read more »

How it feels to progress from Fresh Meat…

Wow, second week at Firecrackers [The Nottingham Hellfire Harlots’ intermediate skating group] and I didn’t fall on my ass! Result! I have fallen in love with roller derby though it sounds such a cliché (as all the blogs I read say the same thing) it’s true! I don’t do team sports, I never have. From… Read more »

Balancing Life, Student Nursing and Roller Derby

My first year at university was a terrifying time especially with someone who has a severe lack of confidence and used to a strong family input. In my first year, the Quidditch Society of the university kept me sane juggling assignments and home life but I soon discovered how much of my daylight hours were… Read more »