There has been a change of plan for the speaker at the March WI meeting. We now have Naylor Firth visiting us talking about ‘Monmouthshire Oddities‘. This should prove to be an interesting evening.
The meeting will take place at 7.30pm in the village hall on Tuesday 21st March. Visitors are welcome.
The next meeting is Tuesday 21st February at 2pm when the speaker will be discussing the British policy of deinstitutionalization, treating and caring for people in their own homes rather than an institution. What support is available?
Note this is an afternoon meeting.
For information about the WI contact Jan Stephens on 01600 860576
Following the success of Phil Savoie’s visit to the Narth W I in 2016, he returns with the story of ‘A Moose Named Madeleine‘ on January 17th in the Village Hall at 7.30pm
This meeting is an open evening and we invite all to see this great wildlife film. Non members is £3.50 which includes refreshments
Find out more about Phil on his web site www.philsavoie.com
The Narth W I next meeting is on Tuesday November 15th at 7.30pm in the village hall
The speaker will be Abigail Seabrook a classical mezzo soprano performing songs from the shows.
This promises to be an entertaining evening and members and guests are all welcome
The speaker for the W I on Tuesday 18th October is David Bishop talking on TV Programmes and Adverts in the 1950’s – 1960’s.
The meeting starts at 7.30 in the village hall and members and guests all welcome
(This is a change from the original programme)
The next meeting of the Narth W I will be on Tuesday 16th February at 2.30pm in The Narth Village Hall when the speaker will be Gill Suttle, author of Black Sands and Celestial Horses which tells of her quest to bring her beloved Akhal Teke stallion Kaan back to Britain.
Refreshments will be included.
The Narth WI presents BIG SKY BEARS
Growing up isn’t easy in Big Sky Country
Tuesday 19th January @ 7.30pm Continue reading
An evening of entertainment
Tuesday 17th November 7.30pm in The Narth Village Hall
Sing a Long with songs from Rogers and Hammerstein accompanied by Martin Phillips
Refreshments mulled wine and mince pies
All welcome: visitors £3.50 including refreshments
For more information call Jan on 860576
The next W I meeting is on Tuesday 15th September when our guests are Vintage Vision from Abergavenny, a group of women who have developed a social enterprise centered on vintage clothing – anything from 1880 to 1980 that is classic beautiful, or just plain lovely.
Come and join us!
7.30pm in The Narth Village Hall
Last Meeting 21 April
It was a well attended meeting when President Ruth welcomed members and visitors. The pleasant spring evening could not of been more appropriate as Kay Lunn of Deacon’s florist, Chepstow bought such a colourful array of flowers and foliage.