Chairman's Challenge

I am now launching my Chairman’s Challenge. As our Centenary takes place in 2020 I would like to ask every WI to plant a tree in their area, be it in the grounds of the hall they meet in or a public place in their community. If possible a plaque should be placed by the tree stating it was planted by your WI to mark Cheshire Federation’s Centenary. Imagine by 2020 Cheshire could have 200 more trees. I will look forward to receiving photographs of the planting of the trees and details of who did the planting. I do hope WIs will take up my Challenge as it would be lovely to see so many new trees in Cheshire. Jean Harding, Federation Chairman

Comberbach WI Centenary Tree

Jean Harding took an active role in her Chairman’s Challenge by planting Comberbach WIs tree in celebration of the century of Cheshire Federation in 2020.

Glazebury WI

As part of the Chairman’s Challenge for Cheshire Federation’s Centenary in 2020 the eldest and youngest members of Glazebury WI planted a commemorative tree in June 2018.  

Grappenhall WI Chairman’s Challenge

A SPECIAL tree has been planted at the Lumb Brook Millennium Green, Appleton to mark the centenary of the Cheshire Federation of Women’s Institutes in 2020. Committee members from Grappenhall WI and friends gathered to plant the tree – a

Rainow WI

Rainow WI recently accepted the Chairman’s challenge and planted a Worcester Pearmain  apple tree in the Trinity Garden in Rainow to celebrate the CFWI centenary.  The garden is maintained by WI members, and provides a pleasant place for locals and

Nantwich Dabber Dames

Nantwich Dabber Dames have planted their tree, an English heritage pear tree in the community orchard for the Federation Chairman’s Centenary Challenge They are the first WI in the Federation to send in photographs of their Tree planting.

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