We’re back to meeting in person this month – join us at St Matthew’s Church Hall on Wood Lane, from 7.45 pm, on Monday 21 February for our usual knit and natter.
We’re back to meeting in person this month at St Matthew’s Church Hall on Wood Lane. Join us from 7.45 pm on Monday 14 February for our Annual General Meeting. We’ll be reviewing 2021 and thinking about what activities we might plan for 2022 – visitors and ideas/suggestions welcome!
The next Book Club is on Monday 7 February when we’ll be meeting upstairs at The Woods, at 7.30 pm, to discuss Miss Pym Disposes by Josephine Tey.
Film Club returns this month after its December break. Join us online at 7.30 pm on Monday 24 January when we will be discussing our favourite TV and films over the Christmas season.
We’re going back to virtual meetings this month, hoping to return to face-to-face meetings again soon. Due to the bank holiday falling on 3 January, this month’s Book Club is combined with Craft Club. Join us online at 7.30 pm on Monday 17 January for a general chat and a discussion of the poetry collection Black Country by Liz Berry. We may also be reading aloud some of her work!
We’re going back to virtual meetings this month, hoping to return to face-to-face meetings again soon. Join us online at 7.30 pm on Monday 10 January when we will be voting on the WI resolutions for 2021-22 before enjoying a game of virtual bingo! The shortlist and information about the proposed campaigns can be accessed here.
Join us at 8.00 pm on Monday 13 December, at St Matthew’s Church Hall, Wood Lane, for a Christmas get-together complete with winter punch, mince pies, a Christmas quiz and Secret Santa gifts!
The next Book Club is on Monday 6 December when we’ll be meeting upstairs at The Woods, at the slightly earlier time of 7.00 pm, for a bite to eat, our annual Secret Santa book exchange and to discuss The Light Between Oceans by M L Steadman. For Secret Santa, we each bring along two books, individually wrapped, which are ones we’ve previously enjoyed and would like to pass on for someone else to enjoy.
Join us online at 7.30 pm on Monday 22 November when we will be having an informal chat around Radioactive and Lucky, both available on Amazon Prime. Radioactive is a journey through Marie Curie’s legacy, her relationships, scientific breakthroughs and their consequences, staring Rosamund Pike. Lucky stars Harry Dean Stanton as an irascible nonagenarian maverick grappling with his mortality.
Join us at St Matthew’s Church Hall at 8 pm on Monday 15 November for our usual knit and natter.