We’re back to meeting in person at St Matthew’s Church Hall on Wood Lane. Join us from 7.45 pm on Monday 11 October for a craft activity session. No special skills needed but it might be useful to bring a pair of scissors, a needle threader (if you have one) or your reading glasses, if you need them!
The next Book Club is on Monday 4 October – we’ll be meeting upstairs at The Woods, at 7.30 pm, to discuss My Sister, the Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite.
Join us online at 7.30 pm on Monday 27 September when we will be having an informal chat around Hunt for the Wilderpeople (Amazon Prime £1.99) and Skater Girl (Netflix).
Join us at St Matthew’s Church Hall at 8 pm on Monday 20 September for our usual knit and natter.
We’re back to meeting in person at St Matthew’s Church Hall on Wood Lane. Join us from 7.45 pm on Monday 13 September for a talk from local artist, Brian Fish.
The next Book Club is on Monday 6 September – we will be meeting at The Regent Pub at 7.30 pm to discuss Midnight All Day, a book of short stories by Hanif Kureishi.
We’ll be meeting in St Matthew’s Church Hall at 8pm on Monday 16 August for our usual knit and natter.
Join us online at 7.30 pm on Monday 23 August when we will be having an informal discussion around A Man Called Ove and the first episode of The Underground Railroad, both available on Amazon Prime.
The next Book Club is on Monday 2 August – we will be meeting at 7.30 pm at Chef’s Fine Dining on Harrogate Road to discuss The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitefield while enjoying a curry.
Our next knit-and-natter is on Monday 19 July, meeting at 7.30 pm, and kindly hosted by Kate in her garden. The WI gazebo will be up in case of inclement weather!