Wragby News

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WI, coffee and Murder!

WI News - WI President Margaret Kane welcomed members to the Annual Meeting, when she also thanked the committee and members for their continued support over the past successful year.

Pot plants were presented to Pauline Cooper for hosting the committee meetings and to Margaret Sutton for the popular craft classes.

The guest speaker for the evening was Denise Taylor on her subject “Hearing Dogs for the Deaf”.

Joining Denise was John with his dog Poppy and the evening gave members an interesting insight into the training of the dogs, including the cost.

John also told a number of humorous stories of his life with Poppy.

Annual competition winners were: Monthly competition - 1 Elaine Eccles, 2 Audrey Saul, 3 C Scourfield; Flower of the month - 1 C Scourfield, 2 Vera Smart, 3 Sheila Emmons.

Winners in the March competition, for a dog ornament, were: 1 Audrey Saul, 2 D Short, 3 C Harmen and for flower of the month 1 Audrey Saul, 2 D Short, 3 C Harmen.

Supper Club - Last month’s Beetle Drive was a great success, judging by the hilarity on the night, and everyone also enjoyed the soup and sweet supper.

The April meeting falls on Good Friday, April 18, when the club will be holding an evening of music and meditation followed by a bring and share supper.

On this occasion, there is no need to book, just go along and everyone will be made very welcome.

Coffee Mornings - The next coffee morning will be held on Friday, April 11, from 10am to 11.30am.

As the Methodist Church will be celebrating 120 years of worship in the current building, it has been decided donations received at the coffee mornings will be given to local charity groups.

Anyone wanting to organise one for their favourite local charity should contact Ann Lambert on 01673 857515 to book a date.

Donations from the April coffee morning will going to The Red Cross.

Advance Notice - Make a note in your diaries for the Murder/Mystery evening being presented by Wragby Players in the town hall on Saturday, July 5.