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At the Annual Meeting of Perranuthnoe & District WI, the competition cups were presented by WI Adviser Barbara Corbett.
Mawnan WI arranged an afternoon workshop for members and the village community to make felt Easter decorations. Most of those attending had not done any needle felting before so it was great to have an expert on hand. Michelle explained … Continue reading
Members of Liskeard WI held a celebratory 75th birthday meal at Waves Bar and Restaurant in Seaton. Also pictured here is retiring President Ann Mallard cutting the 75th birthday cake.
Porthleven WI held their Annual Meeting on 13th March at the Public Hall. After several years as President, Maureen Williams decided to stand down. She was thanked for her dedication to the branch and received a gift, presented by Secretary, … Continue reading
On a recent trip to New Zealand, Coads Green WI’s Press Officer, Gerry Rennie, met up with friend and ex-teaching colleague , Sue Hall. Sue is very active in Rural Women New Zealand and is the Provincial Secretary for Waipa-King … Continue reading
As members of Mawnan WI were noting dates for their diaries, they were certainly not expecting the arrival of a BMW1200 RTP with full headlights. The curtains at the entrance to the Memorial Hall were dramatically opened to allow Martijn … Continue reading
Last November a group of Harrowbarrow & Metherell WI members and friends headed to see the Devonport Energy from Waste Facility operated by MVV Environment Devonport Ltd. Members were ably led by Community Liaison Manager, Jane Ford. After some rigorous … Continue reading
As well as all the fantastic workshops available through CFWI; in the far West of Cornwall, Crowlas and Ludgvan WI always have plenty of activities for members to choose from. One such activity is the camera club which meets at … Continue reading
Children from Mawnan School and the village pre-school were joined by mums, dads and grannies at the Pancake Races organised by Mawnan WI this week. There were lots of races for everyone who attended, from two-year-olds to ladies and gents … Continue reading