Womens Institute

NORTH & SOUTH LEVERTON WI

REVIEW: The speaker at our July meeting was Chris Abbot, with tales from when she worked as a vets nurse. It was a fun talk with lots of amusing anecdotes.

The August outing was a guided tour of the historic Milton Mausoleum followed by lunch at The Queens at East Markham.

The July lunch club was held at The Chequers at Ranby.

Several members attended the literary lunch where the speaker was Stephen Booth.

FORTHCOMING EVENTS:

WEDNESDAY 18th SEPTEMBER at the earlier time of 7pm: This is our harvest supper and the speaker is, herbalist, Hannah Sylvester. The competition is for a posy of fresh herbs and the hostesses are J Sampson, J Taylor and J Mather.

WEDNESDAY 16th OCTOBER at 7.30pm: This is a change to the printed programme and we have now booked a singer called Kelly May. The competition is for a wildlife print scarf and the hostesses are M Cooke, K Harwood and S Baker.

WEDNESDAY 20th NOVEMBER at 7.30pm: At this meeting the speaker is Graham Keal, with his amusing talk, entitled 50 shades of Graham. The competition is for a pretty notebook and the hostesses are H Cree, J Woolnough and M Smith.

SATURDAY 23rd NOVEMBER: This will be our Christmas Coffee Morning at the home of Bill and Janet Sampson.

WEDNESDAY 11th DECEMBER: The Ferry Group Carol Concert will be at St Swithuns Church, Retford.

FRIDAY 13th DECEMBER: This will be our Christmas lunch.

WEDNESDAY 18th DECEMBER at the earlier time of 7pm: This will be our Christmas Party with a Faith Supper. The competition is for a table decoration. Hostesses (all hands on deck!).

FRIDAY LUNCH CLUB DATES—October 11th and November 15th.

Several members are booked to attend the gin tasting lunch.

We meet at South Leverton Village Hall and visitors are always welcome (£5). For more information please contact the secretary, Dorothy, on 01427 884468 or trainloadcoal@gmail.com

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