The WI originated in Canada in 1897 and today is the largest voluntary women’s organisation in the UK with some 212,000 members in approximately 6,600 branches (and rising).  More information on the WI – its history and current national campaigns and activities –  can be found on the NFWI website:

Inkberrow WI celebrates its 100th birthday in 2020.   We meet regularly at the village hall, usually on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm and in addition to sub-groups catering for members’ specific interests, eg sewing, crafts and books we have regular outings to interesting locations and the cinema.

There is an annual subscription of £42 but you don’t have to join straight away. You can come along to a meeting or two as a visitor.

As well as additional outings and cinema visits, our programme for the coming months is:

July 3rd Elegant Georgian Worcester – Sandy Cale
Aug 7th Annual outing – Hardwicke Hall
Sept 4th Orphans in the Wild – Marian Gough MBE
Oct 2nd Mindfulness – Alan Musket
Nov 6th Colour Analysis – Judith Mercer
Dec 4th Social Evening
Jan 9th Annual Lunch
Feb 5th Steve Wilkes – Travelogue
March 4th Dogs for Good ( Community Dogs)
April 1st 100th Anniversary – Confessions of a Morris Man –
Mike& Pat Ledbury
May 6th A.G.M. and resolutions
June 3rd Historical Talk – Tudor Times – Dr. Gillian White

Interested?   Just come along or if you want to find out more please contact Janet on 01386 791575