Busy schedule for Ladies
AT THE November meeting of the Loughborough Ladies WI Ladies enjoyed an evening with Caroline Boulter, the Patchwork Lady. With the help of Caroline all ladies were able to make and take home very colourful fabric Christmas trees.
The knitted and crocheted poppies made by some of the Ladies were used as part of the Armistice Remembrance Day Commemorations, being used on Songster, the War Horse and part of the poppy display at the Town Hall.
The group have entered a Christmas tree again this year, in the Christmas Tree Festival at All Saint’s Church. The tree will be decorated using an up-cycling theme with waste plastic.
Please note the change of date for the Group’s December meeting, to Thursday, December 13, which will be the group’s Christmas Party.
There are a number of clubs run by the group, including a book club, coffee club, cinema club, craft club, supper club and theatre group.
The Book Club continues to meet on a regular basis, reading a wide range of books. “The Mother of All Christmas’ “by Milly Johnson will be read over the Christmas holiday and discussed at the first meeting in January, the date is still to be announced.
Members of the Cinema Club continue to meet, any suggestions for films to see in the future should be made at the next monthly meeting.
The next meeting of the Coffee Club will be held on Monday, December 17, at Cino’s Café, Carillon Court, Loughborough, at 10.30am
The Craft Club continues to meet at 7.30pm on the first Wednesday of each month,
with ladies working on a number of projects as well as personal items. These meetings are held at the Community Room in Tesco’s on Park Road.
The Supper Club will be enjoying its Christmas meal at the beginning of December at Goodliffe’s.
The Theatre Group recently enjoyed an evening at the Town Hall, watching “9 to 5”.
The monthly meetings are held at 7.30pm, at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Park Road, Loughborough.
For further details about this successful local WI group, please contact [email protected] gmail.com. Guest are always welcome.