Bledlow WI

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Bledlow Women's Institute
Registered Charity 1015830
meets on the second Wednesday of each month
at
7.30 pm in the Village Hall, Chinnor Road (right)
At each meeting there is a speaker or demonstrator on a wide variety of topics. Then we chat and make friends over a cup of tea.
Bledlow Village Hall
What is the WI?
The National Federation of Women's Institutes (NFWI) is the largest voluntary organisation for women in Britain, with some quarter of a million members. It plays a unique role in giving women educational opportunities and the chance to acquire new skills, take part in a wide variety of activities, and campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.
Local Events
* Outings, walks, and other social events to which non-members are also invited.
* Additional activities, including bridge, art, reading and craft groups.
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We also have our WI stand at the village fête. Events details
National & County Events
* National and county events and activities, listed on the WI central and Bucks WI websites, are also open to our members.
* Campaigns: In 2011 Bledlow put forward a resolution for improvements in the care of stroke survivors, and this is now a mandate at county level, allowing us to go forward with our campaign lobbying local councillors and MPs. Details
Would you like to join us?
* To find out more or to become a member please contact the Secretary, Louise Painter (01844 354390)
* or just call in at one of our meetings, where you will be welcomed and find yourself among friends.
* Nobody is too young to join (although you must be over 18) - we are a mixture of young and old with many skills and experiences. (NB: The ability to make jam and bake are not requirements!)
* Membership information is on the main NFWI page.