Wheatley
             Women's Institute

Next meeting
Tuesday 20th September
7.15pm- 9.15pm
Pandemonium- Community Singing
Competition: Music Sheet

 

 
After 6 years as the Wheatley WI Secretary, Gill Morgan-Jones has decided to step down and enjoy the WI as a standard member.

Gill's excellent organisational skills have been invaluable over the years and we would like to thank her for all her enthusiasm, professionalism and commitment to the role.
Gill Morgan-Jones

 
Wheatley Women's Institute is affiliated to the Oxfordshire & National Federation of Women's Institute.     Charity No 1017024
 
We meet in the Merry Bells Village Hall, 89 High Street, Wheatley, Oxfordshire, OX33 1XP. Merry Bells is fully accessible and wheelchair friendly, with ample parking in the car park at the rear of the building
 
Our monthly meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each montn, no meeting August, at 7.15pm until roughly 9.15pm
 

                                                                   
                                                                        Programme 2016/17
 
 
May 17th 
Resolutions
To the Fringe & Beyond- Ginny Davies
 
June 4th
Royal Coffee Morning (For our nominated charity- Soundabout)
 
June 6th
Group Meeting- Horspath Village Hall

7.30pm-9.30pm

June 21st
Our Garden Party at Waterperry 6.30pm for 7pm

Competition: Val Targett Cup- Coffee & Walnut Cake

July 19th
Lost Villages of Oxfordshire- Muriel Pilkington
Competition: Old postcard/ photo of an Oxford village
 
September 20th
Pandemonium- Community Singing
Competition: Music Sheet
 
October 18th
Harvest Supper-Bring and Share
Craft Club Sale- Get your Christmas presents
 
November 15th
My First Novel- Pam Nixon
Competition: Old Novel

December 13th
Christmas Party
Competition: Christmas Hat- must be worn
 
January 17th (2017)
Harwell Research Complex- Sara Fletcher
Competition: Scientific Instrument
 
February 21st
Pudding Evening
 
March 21st
AGM -Speaker from our nominated Charity
 
April 18th
Airline Command- Cyril Mannion
​Competition: Airline memorabilia
 
 
 
 



 
Denman College  is the WI's own residential college in Marcham, near Abingdon.
 
This beautiful Georgian house set in 17 acres of tranquil parkland has ateaching block and
comfortable residential accommodation.
 
Members have a choice of over 500 courses annually, day, weekend or longer.
 
 
 
                                                              
                                          WI Life is the WI's own magazine, published eight times a year and                          

                                          distributed to all members.