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 to the community supported by the PALS committee really providing an excellent day. Thank you so much for the time given and so many WI’s who came to support the day.
Love our World!!
At our monthly meeting on Tuesday night Jean, our Climate Awareness Ambassador, created a lovely display of the green hearts our members had made at our Craft Club in January. She also provided members with heart shapes filled with wild flower seeds to add to the postcards provided in our WI Life magazines, and encouraged members to leave these as surprise gifts for people around Didsbury. We were all delighted at this idea!
We had a great display of hand crafted hearts by our members at our February meeting.
NorleyWI supporting Show the love campaign outside our village shop -receiving a very positive response from villagers
One of our members made wild seed hearts for the WI Life magazine postcard. She used green paper napkins. They were distributed at last night’s meeting.
Show the love is the WI campaign to highlight the climate change resolution and green hearts show our love for our community and environment. Our members have made a lovely selection of hearts to hang around Haslington.
Great work with the green hearts today ladies – I’ve seen lots of comments about it and people have obviously really enjoyed them. Beautiful. #showthelove – Izzy Rutter
Margaret Kimpton – Wore one at work and gave lots of stickers out and leaflets x
A cold and windy Valentines day hanging “green share the love of our environment hearts ” around the village. We also left bunches of flowers in bus shelters with a tag on them saying “please take home if you are feeling lonely on Valentines Day from Haslington W.I.”and someone has kindly left a note in 2 bus shelters thanking us♡ — with Patricia Kneale and Joyce Bird.
Thank you to Sue and Joyce and Trish for decorating the village