Brinklow Women’s InstituteThe Brinklow WI is now in its 90th year, and offers all kinds of opportunities for all kinds of women!
Our next meeting
Tuesday 12th JuneLIFE AFTER A KIDNEY TRANSPLANT is the topic of the speaker at our June meeting. No doubt we can all imagine what it must be like to have to spend three days every week on dialysis in order to stay alive.Then that longed for day comes when a kidney transplant becomes available, and suddenly you can start to plan for a better future. Tony Hale will be explaining to us the real difference in so many ways, this made to his life. So please come along to the URC Chapel School Room on TUESDAY 12th JUNE at 7.30pm for what promises to be an interesting learning experience for many of us. Visitors are very welcome.
KNIT and NATTER
If you like knitting or want to learn how to, come along to MALT KILN CAFE at 2.30pm on FRIDAY 1st JUNE and join in. We are knitting poppies for a display later in the year at Brinklow Church and hats for premature babies if you want to take part, or just bring whatever. Even if you can not knit you can join in the chat over a cup of something.
About Brinklow WI
The Brinklow WI is now in its 90th year, and offers all kinds of opportunities for all kinds of women! We offer:
- an entertaining night out once a month
- a chance to make new friends
- participation in a wide range of activities
- the possibility of making an impact on your local community
- involvement in causes that mean something to you through local & national campaigns
- the opportunity to learn, develop and pass on new and old skills
- support for a long established village organization
Meetings are held at 7.30pm on the second Tuesday of every month (except August) in the URC schoolroom, Broad Street. Other social events take place from time to time. Guests, male & female, are welcome to attend.
Become a MemberYou can become a member for just £3 per meeting. For this you can enjoy a variety of talks and social occasions, access to a wide range of county and national federation activities, eight issues a year of the W.I.magazine and of Corunna News, the Warwickshire Federation publication, as well as the chance to attend courses at Denman College, nr. Oxford, and to learn new skills and talk to other members via the WI website. If you want to find out more about the Brinklow WI, you will be made very welcome at any of our meetings – and there is no obligation to join on your first two visits!
01788 832 200 (evenings only)
01788 832 716