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Our next meeting will be on 23rd July when Mary Price and perhaps others will share with us the details of their most recent trip to Murang’a. This will be at All Saints Community Hall in Melbourn and will begin at 7.45pm. Do feel free to come and join us. We always welcome new members and there is no membership fee – just a charge of £1 on the evening and an option to make a donation to our charity of the year which is Arthur Rank House Hospice Cambridge. If you would like to know more please contact Pat Smith, Sue Toule on (01763) 260955 or Anne Harrison on (01763) 261775.


Pat Smith Meldreth WI


There has been and will be quite a lot going on this month. We managed some fine weather for walking to Haley Wood to see the wild flowers, bluebells and cowslips and locally a walk to the L-Moor at Shepreth and from Orwell to Wimpole. I enjoyed my visit to Wimbledon and managed all but the climb up 'Henman Hill' or 'Murray Mound' as it is now known. We have our outing to the Romany Museum next month and a strawberry cream tea later this month. On 17th July we will be helping raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care at the British Queen's Blooming Great Tea Party. We are entering an item for the Fenland Fair; a baby’s layette (where did that idea come from??).


It was the WI’s AGM in Cardiff last month when the closure of so many High Street shops was the main resolution. From listening to the different speakers there, what it all boils down to is 'shop locally' where possible.


Bev Briggs was then introduced. Bev is a personal shopper and has been in the fashion industry for over 20 years. Don't worry husbands, she doesn't recommend clearing your wardrobe and starting afresh, but wearing the clothes to suit your body shape and accentuating them with jewellery and scarves. She made it look so easy.


Next month will be our outing. I have asked for good weather, so I hope someone hears me!!


Kathleen Thompson 13


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