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NFWI Annual Meeting 2021

Julia Havard was our delegate for the 2021 NFWI Annual Meeting, which was held virtually due to the ongoing restrictions. Julia also represented Germoe and District, Gulval, Godolphin, Madron, Perranuthnoe and District, Porthleven and Sheffield and District WI’s. The speakers were HRH Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Dame Cressida Dick, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, and… Continue reading NFWI Annual Meeting 2021

Beautiful Butterflies

Camera Club visited Guy’s Butterfly House at St Hilary to take some amazing photos of these beautiful insects. With so many free flying butterflies, in an array of sizes and colours it was the perfect spot for an afternoon’s photography. Tea and scones followed (of course) at the Woodland Kitchen Bistro at Townshend, where members… Continue reading Beautiful Butterflies

Frozen Yoghurt Bark

An easy refreshing summer treat from Lisa. Ingredients Large tub Greek Yoghurt.HoneyMixed berries (fresh or frozen)Your choice of nuts or seeds. Tip a large tub of natural Greek yoghurt into a bowl,stir in a little honey.Add a handful of berries, seeds or nuts and stir.Line a baking sheet and tip the yoghurt mix on.Sprinkle with… Continue reading Frozen Yoghurt Bark

Book Club May

For their May read, Book Club chose The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman. The author is known to many as host of TV Game Shows Pointless and House of Games, and won ‘Author of the Year’ for this his debut novel. The book club were very divided by this book – several found it… Continue reading Book Club May

Walking Group May Report

This month members of Crowlas & Ludgvan WI met for their first walk together since lockdown in March 2020. The weather was sunny and the route was the very pretty and easy King George V Walk in Hayle – with lots of beautiful plants in flower despite the recent cold weather.  We returned to the… Continue reading Walking Group May Report

Paper Beads with Gail

Gail’s Zoom Craft Group have been making Paper Beads. With leftover paper taken from magazines, newspapers, printed sheets or scraps from other projects, it is quite simple to make beautiful beads for a number of crafty projects. Why not have a go, and see what you can do? You can download the instructions here:

Coffee and Chat

It was so lovely to see so many faces at our recent Coffee and Chat in the delightful setting of Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens. Despite the cool breeze members were happy to wrap up and sit in the sun to catch up with friends that they hadn’t seen for such a long time.

Camera Club in Hayle

May’s Camera Club Outing was to the Harbour area in Hayle. Once again we met across two days to comply with the current regulations. Despite the vast amount of building works going on in the area at the moment, there was still plenty to photograph. And, of course, there was time for a cuppa and… Continue reading Camera Club in Hayle

Book Club Report -April 2021

Book Club met over Zoom for their April meeting to discuss their latest read, Forty Autumns by Nina Willner. Jane chose the book and wrote the following report.  The book recounts the history of three generations of Nina Willner’s family separated by forty years of Soviet rule and reunited after the fall of the Berlin… Continue reading Book Club Report -April 2021

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Camera Club April

It was with great excitement that Camera Club met for their April meeting. They met, in fact, in two groups across two days to comply with the current regulations. The location was Marazion Marshes which proved a great spot for landscape photography, with excellent distant and close up pictures taken.

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