‘Good food, good wine, good company and lots of very noisy, enthusiastic chatting’, was the verdict of this winning evening at Wistow earlier this week.
Hope everyone has a lovely time tonight at the Alfresco evening at Wistow! Unfortunately, due to the rainy weather, Wistow Bistro have informed us it will now be inside! People can arrive from 7.00pm and food will be served at 7.30pm and soft drinks will be available to buy but BYO alcohol if you’d like!
Just a reminder that there is not a monthly meeting this evening. The next one is on Wednesday 23 August when Ash from the Real Junk Food Project will be talking about Cafe Culture with Junk Food: how supermarket waste food is turned into profits as their pay-as-you-feel cafe. Sample some delicious food, too.
Scroll through to check out the latest news on training, Denmark, competitions and lots more: NFWI news – August 2017
A bit of a mixture there? Yes, you’re right. Jerusalem Jammers are looking for new members (garland dancers) and you can go along to Kirby Muxloe on Friday 29th September to find out more. JJ 2017-05-13 poster_edited-1.psd
Could you be a WI speaker or maybe you know someone who could be? Find out about how to go about this:
On Thursday 10 August at Denman there will be an exciting free film screening of Let Me Go followed by a Q&A with the Film Director and Writer of the film. Details attached. Places will be allocated via a ballot drawn on Friday 28 July.
Those successful applicants will be contacted on Friday 28 July. Those who are unsuccessful this time will not be contacted.
Would you like to be a Committee member? Not sure what it’s all about? Maybe if you can’t commit to being on the Committee all year you could help out with specific events? If so, do come along to the next Committee meeting at 7.30 pm at The Roebuck on Rockingham Road, Market Harborough (behind the Tesco garage) on Wednesday 16th August. We look forward to seeing you then for a fun, relaxed evening.
Several current members are stepping down in September and we urgently need your support for the ongoing continuity and success of MHWI.