9th December 2013
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Take a look at all the items we have for sale and see if you can find yourself a bargain. You can also post requests for items you are looking for. It's free and we have sold lots of items over the years from cars to sofas!
For Sale 2 bikes excellent condition and 2 pairs of curtains like new - bargains!
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On lovely warm bright evening members gathered to go in car convoy to Lackford Lakes for their June Meeting. There was time to wander around looking across the Lakes at the wildlife, while using the many available hides using binoculars to see things up even closer. We were rewarded with sightings of Cootes, Moorhens and Eider’s all with ducklings, Cormorants, Herons and Mount jack Deer. We had refreshments provided at the Education centre, where we held a short business meeting before leaving in the twilight. An excellent visit enjoyed by all.
2pm at the W.I. Hall. WI Christmas Fayre Raffle, Hamper, Tombola, Crafts, Cake Stall, Teas. Pottery Painting with Hannah Kingston - make your own unique Christmas gifts Christmas shopping starts here! Everyone welcome.
The Fifth Wickhambrook WI Literary Lunch will be held on Friday 28th June at 12.30pm in the WI Hall. This year's speaker is Ali Bacon who has recently published her first novel 'A Kettle of Fish', a coming-of-age novel set in Scotland. Tickets are £6.50 and available from Dorothy Anderson, 01440 820376, or members of the Reading Group.
Dorothy Anderson is awarded a Diamond Champion - read more here
New Members are VERY WELCOME
Meetings vary but are usually held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm.
Committee meetings are on the first Tuesday and are held in committee members' homes or in the hall.
The Committee, which is elected each November, is responsible for arranging meetings, outings and social events which are planned to be as varied and enjoyable as possible.
|Booking Officer||Jackie Fieldsend|
|Caretaker||Mrs Shelley Prigg|
|For keys please call||01440 820297
One meeting a year is run by members.
Notices advertising speakers, etc. are displayed at various points in the village and on the hall notice board.
January | Tales from the Bench
February | Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
March | Pottering Painting
April | A Breath of Fresh Air
May | AGM and Show & Tell Patchwork Quilts
June | Members
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July | The Cooking Canon
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