Wookey Hole W.I. News

July and August tend to be a relaxing month for our W.I. and this year we have taken advantage of the lovely weather.

Two of our members joined WI  ladies from other clubs when we supported the Somerset Wildlife Trust. We hiked to Cook's field on the Mendip hills where 185.5 mts of bunting was arranged into a large heart shape. The bunting  had been made by 4,000 W.I. members in Somerset as part of the Green Hearts Campaign which aimed at showing the effect of global warming on our wildlife. Members of our WI had contributed to the bunting so taking part and supporting the trust felt very worthwhile.
We had fun hosting the W.I. County Quiz in July and meeting  and welcoming the teams from other local WI.'s
It was a close run contest but Wookey Hole now go on to the next round.
A coffee morning at Jill's house in late July was followed by afternoon tea at Sue's house in August.The weather was kind to us on both occasions and we enjoyed the chance to relax and chat.
Some of us explored Sue's beautiful garden although she told us that the deer had eaten the roses.
I hoped that I might see some deer but they were avoiding the W.I.!
  We meet at Wookey Hole Community Hall on the first Monday of the month at 2.30pm.
Visitors and new members are most welcome,
    Jill Deane

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