CHALFONT COMMON WI
Our spoof take off of the pantomime Sleeping Beauty was a great success watched by an audience of around 60 ladies including guests from local WIs. It was hilarious.
Many thanks to all those who worked so hard in the run up to the production.
It was as usual a very lively meeting with members enjoying a glass of wine and mince pies, followed by a Christmas raffle. We had a delicious Christmas lunch at a local hotel.
The Sunday club had an enjoyable afternoon making Christmas cards under the tuition of local artist and member Maureen Marsh.
The walking group left Chalfont and headed off to Jordans where they enjoyed coffee on the green before rambling back home. The group continues to thrive with many activities including theatre, cinema and shopping trips, the regular monthly coffee mornings in the Greyhound and table tennis every week to keep us all active. With several new members on the committee we look forward to even more diverse activities – welcome Anita, Heather and Anthea and grateful thanks to the retiring members’ for all their hard work.
Our annual attic sale is booked for the morning of March 14 in the community centre. Anyone wishing to book a table to sell their own ‘stuff’ in the main hall should contact Chris Coteman on 01494 872133 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. All enquiries very welcome. Don’t leave it too late as last year we had a waiting list for tables. We will be having our usual cake and book stalls together with bric-a-brac and of course we will be serving coffee and delicious home made cakes all morning.
Ours is such a busy lively group and we are always pleased to see new faces, so come along and have a chat or contact us on 01494 872133.
Our meetings are on the first Thursday of the month in the Tony Graham Room at the community centre 7.30 for 7.45.
CHALFONT ST PETER WI
The Festive lunch table was a sight to behold. Everyone had brought salads, hams, quiches and a variety of delicious puddings. The Christmas afternoon got off to a good start with piled plates. Many thanks to everyone for their contributions.
We then settled down for the afternoon. The president welcomed everyone. The two Caroles received their birthday gifts.
The President and Secretary had been to Denham Green WIs last meeting. A very enjoyable afternoon but a very sad occasion. We said that any lady who would like to join us next year will be VERY welcome.
John Dunsterville entertained us with his ukulele and guitar. He is a very talented and popular guest speaker. We all had had a splendid afternoon which finished with a festive raffle.
Miss Dobbs wished all a Very Happy Christmas and peaceful New Year.