Our Records

~RECORDS FROM CHESHIRE WI HISTORY~

With thousands of members across the county there's always something interesting going an and so much we want to share with you. Keep up to date with all our events and meetings.

Witton WI

Here’s our President, Sarah, planting one of the Centenary Oak trees on behalf of Witton WI, Northwich in Marbury Park.

Cheadle and Gatley Plant Their Tree

We had a fantastic day planting our Cheshire Federation WI centenary tree today and what a fantastic turnout we had!!!

West Kirby Put Down Roots

To commemorate the centenary year of Cheshire Federation of WIs and West Kirby WI’s inaugural year, we planted a Damson Tree (kindly donated by Carr Farm Garden Centre) in St Bridget’s field, West Kirby. We were thrilled to be joined

Alsager Plant Their Tree

Today we planted a rowan tree outside the civic centre/library in Alsager. It is to commemorate the centenary of the forming of the Cheshire Federation of WI’snext year! We hope that by next year it will be well established and

Great Moor Plant a Tree

Members of Great Moor & District WI enjoyed planting their tree for the CFWI Chairman’s challenge this afternoon.  Assisted by Ed Pilkington of the Cheshire East Ranger Service who facilitated the sourcing of our tree – a lovely Victoria plum,

Cale Green WI

Members of Cale Green WI had a  wonderful morning planting another tree in the communal garden to celebrate our Chairman’s challenge!   The communal garden is where women  have worked tirelessly to create a pretty space in an urban area of

Haslington

On the morning of Saturday 2 March we planted two trees for the Chairman’s Challenge and dedicated a bench to celebrate our 10th Birthday. Thanks to our husbands and friends who helped to lay the base, secured the bench and

Cale Green

Two of our brilliant women Margaret & Jude chose a beautiful Sorbus tree to plant at our communal garden as part of the Cheshire Federation Womens Institute centenary celebrations. The tree will grow up to 15ft in 15 years and

Marlfield

Here we are planting a tree to commemorate 100 years of the Cheshire federation of the Women’s Institute. Thanks to Grappenhall library for allowing us to plant in their existing orchard, Patch of the Planet for helping us with the

Park Appleton

Today, we planted a Tulip tree to mark the centenary of Cheshire Federation of Women’s Institutes. Pictured are our president, members of our WI and 2 local councillors, Judith Wheeler and Sharon Harris. Also present but not pictured was another

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