Women’s Institute

PUBLISHED: 12:51 15 September 2006 | UPDATED: 22:14 28 May 2010

THE latest meeting was an open meeting with husbands and friends and was well supported. Jonathan Shanklin of the British Antarctic Survey gave a graphic illustrated talk about life in Antarctica, the ozone layer, global warming and its predicted effects

THE latest meeting was an open meeting with husbands and friends and was well supported.

Jonathan Shanklin of the British Antarctic Survey gave a graphic illustrated talk about life in Antarctica, the ozone layer, global warming and its predicted effects in years to come.

He was thanked by Mrs E Roberts. Raffle prizes were won by C Connors, J Philpott, Q Quincey and J Tyler. A letter was read from R Hurst thanking members for their donations of writing materials for Liberian schools. Birthday cards were given to S Hird, J Fleming and K Upchurch.

Competition results:- Snowman made from cotton wool, six points S Gilbert, five G Lindsey, four J Nicholas, M Bashford and S Skeels, three D Old, A Quince and C Pickering. The next meeting will be on October 5.


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