ULLESTHORPE WI

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YOU ARE VERY WELCOME.  YOU MAY LIKE US!

 

 

We normally meet in the Village Hall monthly on the 2nd Thursday at 2pm.   We will be resuming our meetings in the Village Hall on Thursday 12th August.  Our speaker will be talking about “Canine Partners”.

New members are very welcome.  Call 01455 202499.

 

Click here for our programme for 2020 which will be resumed at some stage.

 

For more information about Ullesthorpe WI please contact:

President: Jean Eastell 01455 209254
Vice President: Teresa Burgess 01455 209358       and      Secretary: Clare Robertson Smith 01455 202499

The Ullesthorpe Scarecrow Competition

The WI President

Meeting Reports

Jane Isaac

Jane Isaac

The Ullesthorpe W.I. held their July meeting on Zoom again, hopefully for the last time!, when Jane Isaac gave an interesting talk about her life as a novelist.  Jane writes crime and psychological thriller novels and is based in Northamptonshire. ‘The Lies Within’...

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WI and John Betjeman

WI and John Betjeman

The ladies of the Ullesthorpe W.I. had another zoom meeting in June.  John Florance,  retired BBC Radio Leicester presenter  gave a very interesting talk about Sir John Betjeman.  Sir John Betjeman was born in 1906.  He became well known during the fifties, sixties...

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Honey bees

Honey bees

The ladies of the Ullesthorpe W.I. met in April on Zoom to hear an interesting talk by Julia Wallis about Honey Bees and Beekeeping.  The United Kingdom consumption of honey is 43 tons per annum, of which 95% has to be imported.  Bees are very...

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Great British Flower Revival

Great British Flower Revival

The ladies of the Ullesthorpe W.I. had another Zoom meeting with a speaker in March, which was attended by 22 ladies.  Our speaker was Polly Morgans  who gave an interesting talk about The Great British Flower Revival.  All our flowers...

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WI 2021 plans

WI 2021 plans

The ladies of Ullesthorpe WI would like to wish everyone a Very Happy New Year. It has been a difficult year for all of us. We have had to find different ways of keeping in touch, newsletters, zoom calls and meeting in open areas when possible. We have succeeded and...

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Lockdown time

Lockdown time

The last meeting of our W I was in March just before Lockdown and as with all other groups we have tried to keep in touch with each other.We haven't been able to use the Hall but have managed to meet in small groups of 6 in members gardens during the summer. We even...

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