Programme

May 20th 2019

Resolutions Meeting: Have Your Say! We will be discussing the NFWI resolutions for this year ‘Don’t Fear The Smear’ and  ‘Decline in Local Buses’

No competitions

June 17th 20189

Amanda Harris ‘Behind The Lines’

Competitions: Flower of the Month and an object or item beginning with ‘P’

July 15th 2019

Rob Barrett ‘Ear Whacks’

Competitions: Flower of the Month and an object or item beginning with ‘Q’

August 19th 2019

Summer Picnic with invited guest Liz LLewellyn – Jones

Competitions: Flower of the Month and an object or item beginning with ‘R’

September 16th 2019

Sophie Barber from Cancer Research

Competitions: Flower of the Month and an object or item beginning with ‘S’.

October 21st 2019

Charlotte Goodship ‘Wheal Buzzy Project’

Competitions: Flower of the Month and an object or item beginning with ‘T’.

November 18th 2019

Laura Stephens ‘ Side by Side with Alzheimers’

Competitions: Flower of the Month and an object or item beginning with ‘U’.

December 2019 – Christmas Dinner: Date and location TBA

January 20th 2020 – Feast Meeting

February 17th 2020

Ann Clegg ‘The Forgotten Statesman’

Competitions: Flower of the Month and an object or item beginning with ‘V’.

March 16th 2020

Annual Meeting: Our Year in Review (no competitions)

April 20th 2020

Phil Jensen ‘Enchanting and Unique Cakes’

Competitions: Flower of the Month and an object or item beginning with ‘W’.

 

 

 

2 responses to “Programme

  1. My friend and I would like to join your WI group is it okay for us to just come along to the next meeting on 18 Jan.

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