If you have ever thought about joining a craft or interest group, then Willingham by Stow WI is just the place for you. We have such a wide range of interesting speakers and topics you will be amazed. In addition to our monthly meetings we have ad-hoc workshops where we get together over a coffee and a cake to make and try out new skills, and ideas.
We also have lots of on-going projects to help and support local good causes and charities, and have trips out to local venues of interest.
Give us a try with no obligation and you will always find a heartfelt welcome and warm friendly atmosphere.
If any of the above is of interest to you please contact us via our Facebook page willinghambystowwi or make a phone call to our President Angela Borman 07874 702048.
We meet on the 1st Thursday in the month at Willingham by Stow Village Hall, Main Street, Willingham DN21 5JZ at 7.30pm.
Lincoln Cathedral’s stone mason Paul Ellis will be giving an illustrated talk about his work and that of medieval tonemasons too.
|Gainsborough’s Bowmen will be giving us a practical hands-on opportunity at Archery. If it’s your first time you will be amazed at your skill and if it’s not your first time you can show us all how it’s done. An exciting and activity led session|
“Wake up and smell the coffee”. We are having on a tour of Stokes’ coffee roastery at The Lawns in Lincoln. This new venue is a good day out and we can sample the goods too, perhaps we could have a cream cake to go with it in their on-site cafe???
“Remember, remember……..” Alan Stennett, the well-known local broadcaster and documenter of the past is going to remind us of the changes that have taken place in farming in the last 100 years.
A laughter-filled evening with Rebecca Andrews who will regale us with her CULINARY DISASTERS. This is bound to be Fun.
Willingham by Stow, Lincolnshire