About Chapel Pie WI

The Chapel Allerton Women's Institute, Chapel Pie WI, was formed in late 2009 with the aim of bringing together women from the Chapel Allerton area and surrounds to try new activities, learn new skills and meet new people.

Joining Chapel Pie WI

WI membership costs £43.00 for 2020 for a whole year's membership to December, with pro-rata rates for part-year joining by new members - please enquire for more details.

To become a member simply turn up at one of our meetings and speak to The Welcome Team. The benefits of being a WI member include free Chapel Pie WI meetings, discounted rates and early booking for workshops and other events (some exclusively for WI members), the monthly glossy WI Life Magazine and access to a wealth of activities and opportunities at The West Yorkshire Federation and The National Federation of WIs.

And of course get-togethers with a friendly group of women who are looking forward to making your acquaintance!

Who are we? 

We're a diverse, youthful, sociable and friendly group, and the list of activities organised by the group has grown to include a Book Club a Craft Club and a Supper Club outside of our monthly meetings.

We're made up of a very informal Committee who keep us on track, but we're very much 'for the members' and try and involve our ladies as much as possible to create a social group that's right for them.

We meet on the 2nd Monday of every month at the St Matthew's Church Meeting Room in Chapel Allerton at 7.45pm for an 8pm start. The length of our meetings varies from 1.5 to 2 hours and we're more than happy to stay behind afterwards to enjoy more tea and coffee, and there is invariably cake or other goodies from the Cooking Club.

There are no hard and fast rules about attending - members aren't penalised for not coming, or for having to leave early, so don't let any childcare or other responsibilities put you off signing up.

There's also no such thing as a 'typical WI member' so banish all the myths you may have heard and come along and give us a try.

If you'd like an informal chat with one of the Committee before coming along then get in touch via the Contact Us page.


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