Women’s Institute

PUBLISHED: 17:25 11 May 2007 | UPDATED: 22:47 28 May 2010

AT the monthly WI meeting Kate Philips, a member and a potter, brought along some Air Dry clay and helped members to make a small pot. She told them how to decorate them when they had dried. Social time was to identify photographs of Wisbech taken at unus

AT the monthly WI meeting Kate Philips, a member and a potter, brought along some Air Dry clay and helped members to make a small pot. She told them how to decorate them when they had dried. Social time was to identify photographs of Wisbech taken at unusual angles. The competition for four savoury scones resulted in five points for Margaret Hodge, four for Nanette Rose and Gwen Jones, three for Sue Selby and Hilda Davies. At the next meeting, on June 5 in the Jubilee Hall (7pm) the speaker will be Jenny Sparks on 'Sheep and Others'. The competition will be for the most items on a safety pin.


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