Chris opened our May meeting and welcomed 56 members, she then handed over to Lorna who introduced our speaker Sue Jones who spoke about suffragettes in Gloucestershire and the fight for the vote. As an impressive aside to celebrate International Women’s Day the craft group has made fabulous peg dolls that complimented this evenings talk perfectly.
This past month has been busy with our ladies able to get out for a visit to Charlton Down House on the 26th of April.
There is a supper at The Old Ship in Luckington is happening on the 17th May.
Moira is having a coffee morning in her home on the 18h May to start a new gardening group, contact her directly or through Anne.
Linda has places available at her Knit and Natter group and is please that the weekly walking group on Thursday morning is proving popular.
The Group Meeting is on Thursday, June 16th at Kemble, 5:30 for 6pm. Anne still has some tickets available. The charge is £10 for a drink and a ploughman’s supper plus a talk from Sarah Wyndham-Lewis call “Honey, I love you”. This is a good opportunity to meet friends from our neighbouring groups, Avening,Kemble and Ewen.
Do check out our Facebook page that Jan has set up – Tetbury Evening WI.
Fingers crossed we have some lovely May weather and enjoy a fabulous spring.
Coffee morning at The Woolsack Kitchen, Steepleton – Monday 23rd May at 10:30
The next evening meeting is on: Monday 13th June
Topic: – Adventures in Japan – with Caroline Pover.
Plus our Jubilee Celebration.
Come along to Tetbury Goods Shed at 7:30pm to join us and meet everyone!
A note from our President:
Apart from our monthly meetings, we enjoy each other’s company at many “extra curricular” activities. Do have a look at “What we do”.
We always welcome new ideas and new members. Please come along and meet us.
If you would like to find out more about us, contact me via email: email@example.com“
Meetings are on the 2nd Monday of every month at the:
Tetbury Goods Shed, Arts Centre, The Railway Yard, Cirencester Road, Tetbury, GL8 8EY
(follow the signs for “Free long term Parking”)