Our next meeting and the last one of 2011 will be our Christmas Lunch on Monday the 5th of December at Maenan Abbey.
The competition is a Tree Ornament.
Sunday, 27 November 2011
Thursday, 24 November 2011
As you may have read in the latest edition of WI Life, the WI started their own food range. Well, their website is up and running and if you would like to take a look please click on the following link: http://wifoods.co.uk
WI Foods is the closest thing to home made – inspired by the heritage of the WI and crafted by British independent family producers.
To our November meeting we welcomed John Griffiths from Tal Goed Nursery. He brought along a lot of plants for use in pots and baskets that will tolerate the cold temperatures during the winter month and houseplants like poinsettias,cyclamen and azaleas to name a few. He planted up a hanging basket and tub and gave us some useful hints and tips on how to care for your outdoor and indoor plants.
The competition, a small vase, was won by Chris Thomas, 2nd Barbara Evans and 3rd Averil Jones.
If you like Kirstie Allsopp from TV programmes like "Location, Location Location" or "Kirstie's Homemade Home",then you might like to watch her new television series"Kirstie's Handmade Britain" in which she joined Disparate Housewives WI, Hampshire and it follows her entry into a heavy schedule of craft and baking classes in some of the nation's most prestigious county fairs and shows.
And if you like to read more about Kirstie, her interview "On with her show" is in the latest issue (39) of WI Life.