|Egerton Women’s Institute|
“PEACE and GOOD NEIGHBOURHOOD”
We are very pleased to advise that we have now returned to our monthly meetings. Needless to say, we will obviously follow all of the current Covid guide lines.
The following are details of speakers who have been arranged until March of next year
MAY 4th Resolutions & Programme Planning
Exhibition: Cruet Sets
JUNE 1st The Wonky Parsnip Laura Brady
Competition: A photograph of garden insect
JULY 6th Meeting to be held in Ruth Shrubb’s Garden
AUGUST 3rd Broadway – the My Fair Lady Years – 1954-60 George Taylor
Competition: The best bloom in the garden
SEPTEMBER 7th Rupert – The Anthropomorphic Bear Howard Smith
Competition: How many things can you fit in a matchbox?
OCOTOBER 5th A short history of English Gardens Kevin Tooher
Competition: A foliage arrangement
NOVEMBER 2nd The Medway Queen Mark Bathurst
Exhibition: An item from school days
DECEMBER 7th Christmas Party
Competition: A glitzy table decoration
JANUARY 4th Ostend – more than just fish and flip-flops Melanie Gibson Barton Exhibition: A favourite postcard
FEBRUARY 1st Kent Scouts ReQuest 2021 Expedition to Antarctica Cathy Mummer Competition: a snowy photograph
MARCH 1st Annual Meeting & Social Time
Exhibition: Old needlework items
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: Ruth Shrubb – Tel: 01233 756108
VICE-PRESIDENT: Marianne Mortlock
HON. SECRETARY: Jackie Parry – O1233 713801
HON. ASSISTANT SECRETARY : Gale King
STALL HOLDERS: Alison Cale, Pat Parr
Other Members of the Committee:
Alison Cale, Pat Cowell, Priscilla Harper, Shirley Missing
They will all be happy to give you more details.
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