A youthful, sociable, friendly and diverse group of women

We meet on the second Monday of every month at St Matthew’s Church Hall in the heart of Chapel Allerton at 7.45 pm for 8.00 pm.

Our meetings are open to everyone so you don’t have to be a member to come along – just turn up. You don’t even have to live in Chapel Allerton.

Our meetings are now face-to-face, please get in touch and come along and see what we do.

What we do

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We hold meetings that cover a variety of topics, from beekeeping and synchronised swimming to making our own toiletries.

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We hold a number of “spin-off’ clubs including our Book Club, Cinema Club, Craft Club and Supper Club.

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We support local charities and fund raise throughout the year. Our main activity is via our local festival in September.

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Why You’ll Love Us

There is never been a better time to come along and meet us.

  • Community minded
  • Ethical
  • Educational
  • Friendly
  • Supportive

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Some of our Activities

  • February Outdoor Club
    Join us on Tuesday 28 February for a 4-mile walk from North Rigton to Almscliffe Crag. We’ll be meeting by The Square & Compass pub, LS17 ODJ, in time to start the walk at 1.30 pm. Drop an email toContinue reading “February Outdoor Club”
  • February Craft Club
    Join us at St Matthew’s Church Hall on Wood Lane, from 7.45 pm, on Monday 20 February, for a hands-on introduction to felting. Small-scale kits will be available at the meeting, hopefully enough for one each but some sharing mayContinue reading “February Craft Club”
  • February Meeting
    Join us from 7.45 pm on Monday 13 February for our Annual General Meeting. We’ll be reviewing 2022 and thinking about what activities we might plan for 2023 – visitors and ideas/suggestions very welcome! There’ll also be a fun quizContinue reading “February Meeting”
  • February Book Club
    Our next Book Club is on Monday 6 February when we’ll be meeting upstairs at Further North, in Chapel Allerton, at 7.30 pm to discuss Brave New World, a dystopian novel, first published in 1932, by Aldous Huxley.
  • January Outdoor Club
    Join us on Tuesday 31 January for a short city-centre walk from Millennium Square, meeting by the Carriage Works Theatre, in time to leave at 2.00 pm. Optional cafe stop after the walk. Drop an email to chapelpiewi@gmail.com to letContinue reading “January Outdoor Club”