Our exciting week of hosting the Centenary Baton seems ages ago now, doesn’t it?
We thought we’d share some more photos of the baton’s journey around Cornwall with you.
To start the week, the baton was carried into Truro by Federation Chairman, Barbara Corbett, accompanied by the mayor and mayoress of Truro, the Federation officers and representatives of Truro WI. They travelled in a Victorian horse-drawn coach.
Next up was a trip to the National Maritime Museum in Falmouth.
A coffee morning in Helston included a special centenary display.
As well as some very smartly dressed WI members and their partners!
At Trerice Manor, near Newquay, it was all about dressing up.
What better way to cycle than wearing Edwardian plus fours?
It was a truly wonderful week! Now we only have to wait for another 100 years before we can do it all over again.
Click here to see more photos from all over Cornwall.