W.I.

Egerton WI's historic tapestry

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Egerton Women’s Institute   wi_clip_image002

                                                             Motto

“PEACE and GOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD”

The following are details of speakers who have been arranged until March 2025

JUNE 5th        Equine Facilitated Learning; healing through horses  –  Becca Sutch      

Competition: A plate of home-made biscuits

JULY 3rd          Garden meeting to be held in Mary Walker’s garden

Nominations for the Achievement Cup

AUGUST 7th       Garden meeting to be held in Leisa Woodbridge’s garden

SEPTEMBER 4th   The story of the British musical – Malcolm Jones       

Competition: The best bloom in the garden

2024

OCTOBER 2nd     Medical Detection Dogs – Jamie Baird   

Competition: A pencil sketch of an animal

NOVEMBER 6th          Members Own (TBA)         

Competition: A limerick on an Autumn theme       

DECEMBER 6th          Christmas Party                 

Competition: A Christmas table decoration

JANUARY 8th            Introduction to CurlingCarol Godden   

Exhibition- An old school photograph 

FEBRUARY 5th       The natural history of KentMartin Newcombe   

Competition – A vegetable animal 

 MARCH 5th      Annual Meeting and Social Time                 

Exhibition: Unusual egg cups

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COME AND JOIN US!

We meet on the first Wednesday in the month at 7.30pm in Egerton Village Hall.

Come as a visitor first and learn more about us

PRESIDENT: Marianne Mortlock – Tel: 01233 713799

VICE-PRESIDENT: Ruth Shrubb

 SECRETARY: Gale King 01233 756592

 ASSISTANT SECRETARY : Ruth Haggie 01233 756332

STALL HOLDERS: Alison Cale, Pat Parr

 Other Members of the Committee: 

Gillian Harper, Priscilla Harper,

Leisa Woodbridge, Kay Langridge. 

 They will all be happy to give you more details.

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At the meetings, any business is dealt with first, followed by the presentation/talk, and then refreshments, when a trading stall is held. Members are encouraged to bring anything for sale at this stall. 10% is kept for Institute funds, the rest goes to the members.

SPRING TIME AT THE VILLAGE HALL – BULBS PLANTED BY W.I. MEMBERS