DUNS TEW WOMEN’S INSTITUTE
Ever Thought About Joining Us ??????
On behalf of the Duns Tew WI, we would like to introduce our small and friendly group where VISITORS ARE ALWAYS MADE VERY WELCOME AT OUR MEETINGS. You will discover we are very informal, you can join in activities or not as you decide. What we are definitely NOT is all ‘Jam and Jerusalem’ so whether or not you can make cakes or whether you are a wiz or not at handicrafts is irrelevant – more than anything else we offer friendship.
Our Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7.30 pm in the Duns Tew Village Hall (unless otherwise stated) so why not come to our next meeting where you can catch up with all the plans for this year and maybe help decide plans for the future?
The following people currently serve on the Committee so you are very welcome to contact any one of them for more information
PRESIDENT Mrs Jackie Davies – 01869 340481
SECRETARY Mrs Tracy-Lee Rogers – 01869 347136
TREASURER Mrs Anita Moore – 01869 388246
COMMITTEE Mrs Mary Gregory, Mrs Wendy Preece, Mrs Ann Sharman, Mrs Jenny Jackson.
Below are details of our current Programme
Visitors are always made very welcome at our meetings and all our activities
SPEAKERS FOR DUNS TEW WOMENS’ INSTITUTE 2018-2019
Resolutions and Card Making
CPR – Louise Caldwell
Not Just Yorkshire Pudding – Dulcie Lewis
Summer Walk (arrangements tbc)
Hidden History of Nursery Rhymes – Moira Byast
The Oldest Road – The Ridgeway Explored – Russell Cherry
The Story of Xmas – Ann Sharman
Christmas Meal (arrangements tbc)
Security at the House Commons – Ken Lusted (subscriptions due this month please)
How I managed to get on the ‘Countryfile Summer Diaries’ – Dave Jackson
A.G.M. & Social Evening
Cake Decoration – Becky Bishop
About the WIs and Federation
- The Women’s Institute (WI) was formed in 1915 to revitalize rural communities and to encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War. Since then the organisation’s aims have broadened and the WI is now the largest voluntary women’s organisation in the UK. The WI will celebrate its centenary in 2015 and currently has over 210,000 members in around 6,600 WI’s. By joining our group you will become part of the Oxfordshire Federation (OFWI) email@example.com which has well over 4,000 members with 146 groups throughout the county.
- The WI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities. It is a non-party political and non-sectarian organization open to women of all ages.
Benefits of joining a WI:
- Get to know like-minded women in your community
- Membership of your WI and access to county/island federation and national events
- At least 11 monthly WI meetings plus the opportunity to take part in any additional events, trips, clubs and activities your WI may run
- 8 issues a year of the WI membership magazine, WI Life
- Regular newsletters and mailings to keep you up-to-date with all the news and events from your federation and the NFWI
- Have your voice heard – make a real impact on local, national and international issues
- Opportunities to learn, develop and pass on new skills
- Be a part of something special, the WI is the largest voluntary women’s organisation in the UK
- Use your membership discount on a wide variety of courses at Denman, the WI’s own residential college in Oxfordshire. For more information, contact website: www.denman.org.uk
“All kinds of opportunities for all kinds of women”