Walking Group – January 2018

A gentle start for our first walk of 2018 – only 3.5 miles, 1 hill and no muddy lanes to navigate!  The weather was kind too – mostly sunshine but very windy.
We set off along the lovely level King George V Walk in Hayle, up the hill to Phillack and onto the Towans.  Here we felt the full force of the wind but this was more than compensated for by the fantastic view of the coast from Godrevy Lighthouse to St Ives and further along St Uny Church, Lelant.  Eventually we arrived at the North Quay in Hayle and back to King George V  Walk .  As usual we finished the morning with food in the Riviere Cafe.

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January Meeting

January traditionally brings the Feast Meeting for Crowlas and Ludgvan WI. With guests from neighbouring WIs and our advisor Liz Anderson the Murley Hall was packed for a delightful evening of food and friendship. The committee had worked hard to provide a fantastic selection of soups and gateaux, and the evening’s entertainment came from singer Stuart Gotch. With a repertoire including Volare, That’s Life, Spiderman and A Friend Like Me toes were soon tapping and ladies were singing along to their favourite tunes. A fun evening was had by all.

Camera Club

Camera Club met this week for the last time in 2017. They met in Mousehole as the sun was setting and had warming drinks in a cafe whilst waiting for the switch on, then made the most of the clear weather and took photos of the lights around the harbour.

Christmas Flowers with Shirley

A group of  eager ladies met at the Murley Hall on Wednesday for the annual ‘Christmas Flowers with Shirley’ workshop.  Armed with bundles of foliage, seasonal flowers, ribbons and decorations everyone took in Shirley’s tips and made their own floral creations.

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Christmas Dinner 2017

Almost forty members of Crowlas and Ludgvan WI met at The Bay, Penzance for their annual Christmas meal. With a delicious four course meal, great company, crackers, hats and party blowers a fun evening was had by all.  Well done Kathy for organising it all.

Camera Club went to the library…..

On a beautiful afternoon Camera Club had an outing to Penzance’s historic Morrab Library. With special permission to use camera in the building,

Members took a variety of pictures of the books, furniture and architecture before moving into the beautiful gardens. The afternoon was rounded off with everyone comparing notes in the Zebra Crossings cafe.

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Flying Fingers – Stitch and Chat

Flying Fingers met at Shirley’s for a festive themed stitching session.  There is one more meeting before Christmas – at Polly’s on 12th December. See Beth for more details.