Warmingham WI travelled the green glens of Antrim and Giants Causeway in the February meeting. They managed this without leaving the Village Hall as their speaker, Roger Burgess, shared his experiences and images from his many visit to Northern Ireland. It provided a fascinating and enticing tour of the province with examples of its long history.
In between meetings the range of activities is increasing. As well as “regulars” like the monthly walk and the book group, the darts and quiz teams have started this year’s rounds of competition matches and preparations we under way for the Cheshire Show and Nantwich Show.
Warmingham WI’s next meeting, Wednesday 4th March, promises a tasty treat when Adam Mustafa comes to share the delights of the Delicious Sauce Company. The meeting begins, as usual at 7.30pm and visitors are welcome.
For a short while Warmingham WI relived the winter Olympics with much enjoyment and some skill. For their first meeting of the year the key attraction was curling as members got to grips with a version of this intriguing sport designed to be played in ice-free venues. Perhaps come the next winter Olympics, Warmingham will have even greater understanding of the finer points of the sport played on ice.
Warmingham WI’s next meeting may be less active but no less interesting. Roger Burgess will introduce the audience to Northern Ireland on Wednesday 4th February. The meeting begins, as usual at 7.30pm and visitors are welcome.
Warmingham WI were “Putting on the Ritz as their December meeting took on a festive feel. This special meeting was open to friends and family and so there were new faces in the audience. In keeping with the meeting theme everyone was encouraged to come dressed in their glitter and glitz – and so they did. Everyone settled down to enjoy a sparkling presentation by renowned costume expert and museum owner Notty Hornblower. Aided by skilled amateur models she showed an impressive range of original outfits worn for glitzy occasions, the earliest dating from the early years of last century.
Members are looking forward to another busy year and like many are starting with a healthy approach for the January meeting on Wednesday 7th January. This is to be a social evening featuring the opportunity to learn that intriguing winter Olympics star sport of curling. The meeting begins, as usual at 7.30pm and visitors are welcome.