Eleven members got together to learn how to make resin jewellery – a fun evening and some amazing designs were created.
Here they are in the moulds and bottle caps …
Many thanks to Elicia for this workshop 🙂
The Arts and Culture Club had their bi-monthly meeting in the Rams Head to discuss and arrange some cultural outings. The latest Culture Club programme is available from Maggie or our Facebook page
Moira arranged a gentle keep fit class for members …
The Thursday Book Club read ‘spill simmer falter wither‘ by Sara Baume
The Bridge Club met for their monthly get-together …
The Lunch/Supper Club went to the Three Bears in Hazel Grove for lunch
Our April speaker was Jenny’s husband, Mark Ross, who gave us a very entertaining talk on self-defence (and insight into his and Jenny’s home life!!)
And many thanks to Mark for stepping in at the last minute 🙂
The first ‘5 Minute Advocate’ was Val Edwards and she talked about dementia awareness
(The ‘5 Minute Advocate’ is a new initiative, at each monthly meeting 5 minutes will set aside where a member will be invited to speak on a subject close to their hearts)
The Baking Club had a session of gluten free baking
The Thursday Book Club read ‘We Need to talk about Kevin’ by Lionel Shriver
The Bridge Club meets almost every week – they have become addicted! (official monthly Bridge get-together is the first Thursday evening each month)
The Craft Group met to have a drink and a chat in the Rams Head
The Supper Club went to the Blue Nile in Hazel Grove
Twelve members attended the 2nd Bridge Club meeting on Thursday evening.
From absolute beginners to those who have some experience of Bridge all were playing successfully by the end of the evening well done!
Bridge club meets on the first Thursday evening of each month at Yvonne B’s house
The first meeting of the WI Bridge Club was attended by seven members. Although mostly absolute beginners the basics were soon grasped and a game was played. Well done! Next Bridge club meeting Thurs 1st Sept.