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Author Archives: Cornwall Federation of WIs
Get ‘ze little grey cells’ working and join Helston WI for a quiz on Saturday 2nd March at 2pm at St Mary’s Church Hall. £10 for a team of 4. See contact details on the poster below.
Those of you living in or near Lostwithiel may be interested in attending a talk about recycling to be held on Saturday 30th March in the Church Rooms. Proceeds go to Cancer Research UK. The speaker, Richard Bower, is a … Continue reading
Ninety-six WI members descended on Ladock Village Hall to take part in the New Year Quiz last night. With five rounds and tea to fit in, time was tight but the women rose to the occasion. Launceston 2 were the … Continue reading
A full house of WI members was on hand on Friday for a buffet lunch. What better way to kick off our special year than getting together with 60 of your closest friends?! The tables were decorated with daffodils and … Continue reading
On Thursday, members of the CFWI Board of Trustees and office staff were invited on a tour of the ongoing work at the Hall for Cornwall. What a fascinating experience it was! We met at the site office of the … Continue reading
The Heat Project will be holding an Energy Saving Event on Monday 21 January at their Advice Centre at Mitchells Corner, Perranporth. You can get energy advice and look at how much money you could save by switching suppliers. You’ll … Continue reading
The Hypatia Trust is a Penzance-based educational charity in the United Kingdom that supports and promotes women’s achievements through research and documentation, exhibition, publication and by providing training and educational activities. You can read about Hypatia’s upcoming January and February … Continue reading
Last week we told you all about The Big Lunch and promised to share a little video about it with you. Here it is! Spread the word!
Did you know that the Cornwall Federation of Women’s Institutes is a member of Clean Cornwall – a partnership of businesses, voluntary organisations, Cornwall Council and the people of Cornwall who share one common goal: Helping to make a cleaner … Continue reading