After a long hot summer, more comfortable temperatures are finally here and Clarborough and District WI is looking towards its autumn programme.
In August there was no monthly meeting, but some members enjoyed a joint excursion to Bakewell and Thornbridge Hall Gardens. Unfortunately this coincided with the break in the heat wave, but everyone managed to get home safely in spite of the torrential rain.
September saw Canon Dick Lewis giving the group a fascinating talk on Lalique Glass. Members from other WIs in the area joined the meeting and a very enjoyable evening was had by all.
On Monday 10th October, the WI is looking forward to Mr Roy Evans presenting his selection of an Edwardian village in pictures.
Like other organisations, the WI is making its way back to normality after the pandemic and welcomes visitors and new members. If you are looking to expand your social circle, why not give them a try? The ladies will be happy to see you.
Meetings start at 7.30pm in Clarborough Village Hall and refreshments are served at a small cost in addition to the £5.00 visitors fee.