Formed in 1915, the Women’s Institute was created to revitalise rural communities and get women more involved in the production of food in the years of the First World War. Since then it has grown to 190,000 members with around 60,000 groups and is known all over the world as a women’s organisation that offers opportunities to develop new skills and share old ones, to engage with a wide variety of activities and campaigns, and to make lifelong friendships .
Libby Noakes has asked us to tell you about Hayscastle Women’s Institute’s celebration.
Libby says: “We are celebrating our 50th year as Hayscastle Women’s Institute and are keen to spread the word about the fun and friendship at the heart of our group. We are holding an open evening at Hayscastle Community Hall on 30 March at 7.30pm – a chance to enjoy a glass of prosecco and a chat with our current members for any local women who just might like to join us.
More information: email firstname.lastname@example.org or text/WhatsApp 07535631661.