Hinxworth and Edworth WI Calendar 2020

We meet every second Thursday of the month at Hinxworth & Edworth Village Hall Francis Road at 7.45pm. Car parking at rear of the Village Hall.

*Always a warm welcome*

We are not about jam & Jerusalem but fun & friendship learning & laughs and helping to create a caring community

The WI is a diverse organisation open to all women.   The WI plays a unique role in providing women with the chance to make new friends, build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.

Thursday 9th JanuaryAdventures of a Ghost Hunter
Thursday 13th FebruaryBirthday Party – Open Meeting
(With Eugene Matthias Toastmaster with a Magic Touch)
Thursday 12th MarchMembers Night
Thursday 9th AprilA Portrait of Jane Shore – Open Meeting
Wednesday 22nd AprilSpring Group Meeting
Letchworth Free Church Hall
Thursday 14th MayAGM
Thursday 11th JuneHatfield House Talk – Open Meeting
Thursday 9th JulyGarden Meeting – Open Meeting
(Venue tbc)
AugustNo Meeting
Village outing to be confirmed
Thursday 10th SeptemberMy Dog’s Nose Knows
Thursday 8th OctoberColour Me Beautiful
Thursday 12th Novembertbc
Thursday 10th DecemberChristmas Meal
Venue tbc

A copy of the program can be downloaded here: /wi/hinxworth-edworth-2020-program.pdf

WI 2013 Calendar

January 10th
Pampered Chef
February 14th
“Here Comes the Bride (and Groom)”
March 14th
April 11th
AGM and Resolutions
May 9th
Who killed the Baroness?
June 13th
Members’ Night
July 11th
Garden Meeting – Clare College, Cambridge
No Meeting
September 12th
Pharmacy – Past, Present and Future
October 10th
The Criminal Justice System
November 14th
December 12th
Christmas Meeting

Big Tidy Up 2010

On Saturday 22nd May 2010 bright and early on a lovely morning about 15 people gathered at the Village Hall to get involved in the Big Tidy Up. This involved wearing very attractive lurid green plastic vests and toting matching very large bin bags, an assortment of thick gloves and rather efficient looking grabby things. We got our assignments and then dispersed to clear our designated patches of verge and ditches around the community. Bizarrely, I think, we all quite enjoyed ourselves; it was certainly satisfying to see the immediate results of our hard work in the absence of litter in our immediate area. However it is certainly depressing to realise just how much junk people think it is quite okay to chuck out of their car windows as they are passing through our lovely countryside. Bob, Vicky and I collected 3 full bin bags from just the Edworth turn to the A1 and Heidi and her family found some very attractive large lumps of metal! But needless to say everyone came back to the hall with a rather disappointingly large haul of assorted rubbish.

Then, thanks to our kitchen elfs, Reggie Fair, Audrey Clare and others we were treated to a very nice lunch which some of us ate in the sun. All in all a good day’s work – sad that it was necessary but looking forward to next year and maybe a little extra help so that we can do more!


Thank you to everyone who helped with the event!