As the wind roared outside Warmingham Village Hall, members of WI were enclosed in an oasis of calm. They were fascinated as speaker Brian Hallworth revealed the reason why his session was called “Every time I pass a church”. A skilled photographer his interest had moved from wild life to churches, “because churches didn’t move so much” he joked! AS a result he had photographed in detail churches throughout the country. His presentation showed the intriguing features of many of them and he explained the history and purposes behind these. The session underlined, too, how even unprepossessing exteriors can hide remarkable interiors. And why did he use his title for the session? Well, that would be telling!
On Wednesday 5th March the focus of the next meeting is Little Moreton Hall when speaker Jean Williams will reveal the life and times of this remarkable and famous Cheshire jewel.
The meeting begins, as usual at 7.30pm and visitors are welcome. Trying Warmingham WI could be a New Year Resolution!