MAY Newsletter 2016
It was nice to see the two new ladies on Thursday joining us again. We hope that you all found it interesting and enjoyed the debate on the Resolutions.
Our film club are going to see Florence Foster Jenkins on Wednesday 18th May 8pm at Faversham cinema. If you would like to join us please let Barbara or myself know.
Our June meeting on the 2nd will be a Bring your Daughter, Granddaughter, mother, niece to WI night.
Milstead Church is celebrating the life of our Queen on Sunday 12th June at 6pm. It would be really lovely if some ladies could join us. Lena Jordan will be talking about the village in 1926. There will also be an event on the cricket field earlier in the day, more details will follow.
We will be meeting in Whitstable on Friday 17th June at 17.30 for our Tootsie Trot. A treasure hunt with local clues leading to the pub! It is a really good evening and the more people the better. Again more details will follow
In September we are visiting Quex Cotton Powell museum. We will meet at Quex on the 7th. The cost is £14 including a cream tea. Time to follow.
The visit to the Sikh Temple, Gravesend is booked for 8th November meeting at 11am. There is no fee, just a donation.
Another date for the end of the summer is our Beetle Drive on the 2nd September. This is a fast, hectic noisy night out and brilliant fun!
The Horticultural Society (not WI) is looking for new members; they have a great trip and interesting meetings each year. If you are interested please let me know and I can give you the contact details. If you have any ideas for the WI entry for the Annual Show August 27th, the theme is Rio Olympics 2016, please let me know.
Next month’s hostesses are Elaine B, Jan Fee and Iris.
The June speaker is John Guyver demonstrating bread making.
words by Angela Coleman