Lambourn WI 2022

Lambourn WI Programme 2022-2023

All of the meetings are in Memorial Hall, Lambourn on the second Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm.

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8th March 2022Bramshill Jacobean House
12th April 2022Make up demonstration
10th May 2022Lambourn Walk followed by tea and cake
14th June 2022The Foundling Museum
12th July 2022Lebanese Cookery
9th August 2022Ragbag and Cocktails
13th September 2022Pandemonium Folk Music group
11th October 2022Honeybees & Pollinators
8th November 2022Lundy Island
13th December 2022Tracing the Cinderella Story
10th January 2023Talk & Taste (a do it ourselves event)
14th February 2023Annual Meeting
Date Topic Description
12-Apr-22Make Up Demonstration The Lambourn-based beautician from Pure Beauty will be making up a volunteer and telling us about other treatments that she offers.
10-May-22Lambourn Walk Part 2 led by Sue Cocker, followed by tea and cake in the Memorial HallPart 1 last year took us around the oval surrounding St Michael?s & All Angels Church. This time our WI member and local historian will tell us about buildings on Lambourn High Street.
14-Jun-22The Foundling Hospital Our speaker spent his early life at the hospital, in London, Britain's first home for children at risk of abandonment. It is now an excellent museum.
12-Jul-22Lebanese Cuisine by Wafaa Powell

Wafaa of Dancing Flavours who was born and brought up in Lebanon, will prepare some Lebanese dishes for us. The cuisine is influenced by the Mediterranean. Using fresh ingredients, each dish is aromatic and rich in delicate flavours ? tasty and healthy but not hot and spicy.

An Open Meeting with visitors from other WI branches.

09-Aug-22Ragbag and Cocktails Our speaker spent 28 years abroad as a diplomatic wife. She will give us a glimpse into a way of life which has now all but disappeared. It may not have been quite as you imagine!
13-Sep-22Musical entertainment from a Wantage-based folk group

Pandemonium will make our meeting go with a swing.

An Open Meeting with visitors from other WI branches.

11-Oct-22Honeybees and PollinatorsOur local beekeeper from Hillside Honey in Great Shefford will explain how clever bees are.
08-Nov-22Lundy IslandWe even have a local expert on Lundy in Lambourn and look forward to seeing and hearing more about it.
13-Dec-22Tracing the Cinderella StoryA suitable Christmas meeting theme with Pantomimes in mind. There will also be seasonal refreshments
10-Jan-23Talk and Taste Evening

Members bring along a prepared food or drink item, plus the recipe, and tell us a little about the choice. Then we test them all, of course.

14-Feb-23Annual MeetingNormally followed by a talk, as yet to be decided.

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