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Garden visit to Meadow Cottage, Christmas Common

On a rather grey Bank Holidy Monday 6 WI members ventured to the ridge above Watlington to visit the bluebells. We were greeted with a substantial plant sale in which some of us indulged! Then walking in front of a … Continue reading

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Garden Visit to Lime Close, Drayton

On Sunday 14th April a group of WI members visited this lovely garden. There were spring bulbs to see and blossom on the various fruit trees. The old walled garden promised to be lovely with roses later in the year, … Continue reading

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April Meeting

The first meeting of our new programme was a talk by Hugh Warwick – about his work with HedgeOx. This gave us the opportunity to try out the new screen and projector just installed in the hall. Annette took some … Continue reading

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Visit to Bodliean Library Thursday 28th March 2019

A group of members and partners enjoyed a guided tour of the Bodleian Library. We were all given audio packs so that the guide’s commentary did not disturb the readers. The University‚Äôs first purpose built library was begun in approximately … Continue reading

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OFWI Annual Meeting 2019

This is OFWI’s centenary year so the annual meeting took place at the Kassam Stadium. Helen, as President, Annie and Anna all attended and Helen marched in the Banner Parade with our banner. In the morning Emma Bridgewater gave a … Continue reading

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Edinburgh Yarn Festival March 2019

2 members of the knitting group travelled by train, 4 hours knitting and chatting with others of like mind and fingers, to the annual yarn festival. We both had classes on colour then had a wonderful couple of days wandering … Continue reading

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Annual Meeting 12th March 2019

The business part of our Annual meeting went smoothly. The two members of the committee who are standing down – Margaret Smith and Jennie Pozzonni were presented with plants by Helen, their contributions and good humour will be missed by … Continue reading

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