The next meeting will be on January 9th when David Roberts will be talking about "The Past around us: pictures of ancient & historic places in Somerset"
Don’t forget that all WI meetings are always open to visitors - so do come along – you will find a warm welcome.
The Allerton Womens' Institute
Now & Then
Allerton Women’s Institute was founded in 1949 and is part of the National Federation of Women’s Institutes.
Allerton WI is an active group at the heart of our community and we extend a warm welcome to anyone to come along to one of our meetings to see what we do and how much fun we have.
We are a friendly and enthusiastic group of women of all ages who meet at 7.30pm on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in the Old Schoolroom at Stone Allerton. The meetings are open to everyone irrespective of age or gender!! During the year we also arrange some trip to places of interest; the last being to the Bristol Blue Glass factory which was fascinating.
Allerton WI Programme 2018
All meetings are in the Old Schoolroom in Stone Allerton starting at 7.30pm
January 9 David Roberts: The Past around us:
pictures of ancient and historic places in Somerset.
February 13 Ian Caskie: From launch to re-launch of SS Great Britain
March 13 Tiggie Trethowan: Survival and 40 years at the BBC
April 10 Ann-Marie Wilkinson: The other photographs of Wells
May 8 AGM and bring and buy sale
June 12 Indoor Bowls Experience at Wedmore Bowls Club
July 10 Outing to Bristol Aerospace (Concorde)
August 14 Garden Party
September 11 Visit to Burns the Bread
October 9 Freewheelers EVS (Blood Bikes) Speaker to be confirmed
November 13 Christmas Craft evening
December 11 Christmas Party
President: Jeni Skidmore
Secretary: Kate Durston
Treasurer: Linda Elliott
Everyone is welcome to our meetings regardless of age or gender although a small charge will be made. Do come and join us!
Calling all Birders: Great Crane Project
Somerset WIs have learned of a plan to reintroduce the great crane, absent for 400 years, to the Somerset Levels next Autumn. The Levels and Moors provide just the right habitat, mild climate and rich in insect life.
Chicks will be bred at Slimbridge next spring, where you will be able to see them next summer. The RSPB will need help to monitor the young cranes.
Anyone interested in assisting with monitoring and who can talk to the public about the project should contact :-
Damon Bridge – Project Manager