COUNTY EVENTS

~NEWS FROM AROUND THE COUNTY~

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.

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A British Cheese Tasting Evening

What’s not to like?  Book now (closing date 7th August) to come along to the Homes and Gardens Sub-Committee’s British Cheese Tasting Evening.  This event (for WIs only) will be held by Williams and Sons of Sandbach at Antrobus Village

Show The Love

Cheshire Federation supported the Show the Love campaign today in Runcorn. Runcorn Women’s Institute, Halton WI and The Iron Maidens provided craft, food and environmental information as part of the Climate Coalition International work on Climate Change. They reached out

Show the Love for Our Planet

Runcorn WI will be hosting an all-day event (9am to 3pm) on Saturday 3rd February to mark the Show the Love campaign with the Climate Coalition. So do come along to Runcorn Shopping City, WA7 2EU and #showthelove for your

Christmas Celebrations

Christmas at White Friars Please click on the link above for a Virtual Tour of your house Please check the diary on this website for the dates the House is closed over Christmas Our Carol Service in the Cathedral Click

Cheshire’s Visit to Denman

Our Taster Weekend on 22nd and 23rd October Photographs of members enjoying their visit to Oxfordshire Penketh WI members Michelle, Ann, Stephanie and Catherine went on the Cheshire Federation Taster weekend to Denman. Michelle researched her family tree, Ann and Steph did patchwork up cycling and

‘A Body in the River’ – PAL Meeting at Woodford

A large audience of members, primarily PALs (Public Affairs Liaisons) heard Professor Carolyn Roberts, an expert in environmental sustainability and water resource management, give an absorbing talk about her forensic work for the police.   Not too gruesome and at times

Autumn Council Meeting

The Agenda for the Day Arriving on a beautiful, sunny October morning the Trustees, WIas and sub-committee members got busy setting up ready for the last Autumn Council meeting to be held at the Lifestyle Centre in Winsford. Hilary Totten played Jerusalem and Brenda

Mrs Beeton, My Sister

Alison Neil has been an actress for 30 years and told us the fascinating story of Mrs Beeton’s life, playing the part of her sister. The Homes and Gardens sub-committee had arranged the afternoon at Tarvin Community Centre on Saturday,

2017 Annual Meeting

Lynne Stubbings has been elected as our new National Chairman. Congratulations Lynne from all the members of the Cheshire Federation Lynne Stubbings Lynne was co-opted on to the NFWI Board of Trustees in 2008. She was elected as an NFWI

Officers Forums

Officers Forums: I wish to thank all members who took the time to attend the Forums in Woodford, Faddiley,WI House, Chester and Lower Withington. They were all a great success and there was so much learnt by the members and the

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