Football referee gives talk to the Whittlesey WI

12:31 24 June 2014

Whittlesey WI President wins £250.00

Whittlesey WI President wins £250.00

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The Whittlesey Womens Institute held a fun night when the local Cambridgeshire Football Association referee tutor Robert Windle was guest speaker.

Windle, who last year was the winner of a national award for the development of young referees, treated the women to a real deal or no deal scenario based on the popular TV show.

President Jan Atkin-Garner was in the chair and managed the work her way through to the fun value of the £250.000 jackpot.

The next meeting of the Whittlesey WI includes a visit to the Whittlesey Museum on Tuesday July 1 at 7.30pm

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