A Busy October for Coads Green WI

Members are pictured at Charlie Bears in Launceston, with owners Charlie and Will and a very large panda!

October was a busy month for Coads Green WI, starting on the 19th, when a cream tea was held in aid of the Heli-appeal for the Cornwall Air Ambulance, raising a total of £256. This was followed by a trip to Charlie Bears in Launceston the following week, where members were given afternoon tea, a tour of the Bear Gallery and a chance to take part in a Bear Hunt!

On the 31st, Coads Green’s two cooks, Alison Gribble and Pat Mallett, gave an informative and entertaining demonstration on how to use traditional and not so traditional ingredients. The members played host to an audience of 70 women who had the opportunity to try the delicious food.

Coads Green’s resident cooks, Pat Mallett (l) and Alison Gribble (r) are pictured after their cookery demonstration, “What’s in My Trolley.?”

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1 Response to A Busy October for Coads Green WI

  1. Jean Hoare says:

    A big thankyou to Pat and Alison for great evening. Lots of new recipe ideas and yummy tastings.From Pensilva W.I

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