Welcome to the North West London Women’s Institute!
We are a group of women with wide ranging interests, who meet regularly for socialising and an interesting talk or activity.
At our monthly meeting we have talks from local community women and inclusive activities (such as dance or craft) centred around our members’ interests. We also hold a raffle with a mystery prize, which is kindly donated by one of our members every month. You never know what you might win!
Wednesday, 13th October 2019, 7:30pm
AGM and quiz
We meet the 2nd Wednesday of every month , 7:30pm
Guests £5, first meeting is free
The Masons Arms
665 Harrow Road
The venue is next to Kensal Green Tube (Bakerloo line and Overground).
There is easy parking.
The pub does good food at reasonable prices if you wish to come earlier.
Please note, this is not our mailing address, do not write to us at the pub.
No need to let us know in advance, just show up on the night and we’d love to see you!
Want to become a member?
Speak to any committee member at the next meeting about becoming a member.
By becoming a member you will benefit from the full range of extra activities that our branch has to offer. In addition to our monthly meetings, you can join the craft, dining and walking clubs, as well as be part of our committee team. Membership is not only about the meetings and activities, you will also feel part of the group and build strong friendships with other members. Membership includes a monthly subscription to the WI magazine.
The yearly membership fee for 2019 is £42.
Calendar for 2019
|January 9th||Resolutions – presentations and voting.|
|February 13th||Early 20th Century Social Dance – a history and demonstration by Matthew and Ilona Ames|
|March 13th||Ukrainian Easter Egg Decorating|
|April 10th||Lorraine Reed – Lorraine will talk about about the ACWW and then about the National & Middlesex WI|
|May 8th||Board Games|
|June 12th||John Conway – Conjurer. An evening of magic and entertainment.|
|July 10th||Central London Guided Walk – The Beatles in London, led by the Beatles Brain of Britain – Richard Porter|
|August 14th||Penny Mackinder – “A History of (mostly) English embroidery” – what it is, what it isn’t, and whodunit.|
|September 11th||Nicola Beauman – On Persephone Books, a publishers that reprints neglected fiction and non-fiction by mid-twentieth century (mostly) women writers.|
|October 9th||Climate Change – A talk by Olivia Absalom|
|November 13th||AGM and quiz|
|December 11th||Party time!|