Cheese and Wine evening 20th September, tickets available at this Wednesday’s meeting. £15 each. No restriction on how many you can buy, open to everyone, male and female and non members.
We are so lucky that our village boasts so many interesting residents. One such is Professor John Hunter and as you can see from the poster above he will be speaking at our meeting on Wednesday September 6th at 7:30 pm. We look forward to seeing you then and we also welcome visitors, both male… Continue reading Uncover The Intrigue of Forensic Archaeology
Now we have the new website up and running, we would really welcome your views and ideas for Tysoe WI. You can complete the survey directly in the link below and submit your response online: Tysoe WI Member Survey Alternatively, if you would prefer to print off a copy, you can print the attached survey,… Continue reading Tysoe WI Member Survey
Hello and welcome to our August newsletter. We have had a very busy time since the last newsletter. The trip to Portsmouth and Southsea was enjoyable. Some of the group stayed in Portsmouth whilst others went on to Southsea. We also had good weather with just a sprinkling of rain. A week later… Continue reading Newsletter August 2017
Once again we were asked to take on the task of providing tea and cake to the masses. Although the weather started off a little unsettled, we decided to serve teas outside. The whole afternoon saw a continuous stream of visitors at the tea Pavilion, with just a plate of odd pieces of cake by… Continue reading Tysoe Flower Show
In celebration of this year’s WI centenary, Debra Goodwin of White Hyacinth Cakes has donated this beautifully decorated cake as a prize for the Flower Show raffle. The design has been copied from our yarn bombing displays. Raffle tickets will be on sale at the Flower Show on Saturday 19th August from 1.00pm. Other prizes… Continue reading Tysoe Flower Show Raffle
I’m not sure whether Christopher Robin went down with Alice because we didn’t actually go to the Palace. Our aim yesterday was a private visit to Wellington Barracks, just a couple of minutes away from the Palace, which was kindly arranged for us by Major David Sewell. Unfortunately for us the English weather put paid… Continue reading They’re Changing Guards at Buckingham Palace