Where we meet
Parish Hall, Vicarage Lane, Westfield, TN35 4SD
When to come along
2nd Friday of every month at 2.15pm from September
What we do
New members and visitors always welcome.Westfield WI meetings
|13 January 2017||Australian Wildlife
|10 February||Bruges-It's More than Just Chocolate
|10 March||Wildlife of Rye Harbour Nature Reserve
Dr Barry Yates
|11 April TUESDAY||All about Friary Gardens
|12 May||Resolutions Meeting
Life in Zimbabwe 1965-2012
|9 June||Strawberry Tea|
|14 July||Rudyard Kipling's -534
|11 August||Summer Lunch|
|8 September||A Smuggler's Tale
|13 October||Winnie the real bear & Winnie the Pooh
|10 November||Annual Meeting|
|8 December||Christmas Party|
Westfield WI enjoyed a lovely strawberry tea for our June meeting, where our craft group displayed this colourful knitted quilt. The quilt will be donated to a local homeless charity where we hope it will benefit those in need.
Westfield WI had an enjoyable summer lunch at Leeford Place. The sun shone and we were able to sit in the garden after our meal to continue chatting.
In June Westfield W.I had a table at the village fete filled with bric a brac for sale. We also provided lots of yummy cakes for people to eat with their cups of tea.
We had a lovely afternoon and the sun shone until almost the end when the rain started. This sped up the big clear up of tables etc.
On 17th May Westfield held a fashion show with the kind people from Bonmarche in Hastings.
Bonmarche came along with a selection of garments for everyone to see, with the option to purchase on the day or place orders.
Some of our members modelled a selection of garments which was great fun as you can see by the photo.
The event raised £100.00 for the Sara Lee Trust.
For our March meeting we had a very interesting talk by Edward Paget.
The subject was ‘Pearly Kings and Queens of London’. Mr Paget told how the organisation started over 100 years ago. He also explained the meaning of some of the designs made from the pearl buttons on their clothes. For example letter on the top right of the chest depicts which group they belong to ie: W = Whitechapel. The Pearly organisation also raises money for several charities by entertaining or giving talks. Mr Paget set a competition, we had to guess how many buttons were sewn onto his costume,the person with the closest guess won a prize. ( I won’t give the amount as you may have invited him to talk). The picture shows Mr Paget with Joanna our member who had the closest amount.