Instruments, jokes and songs
West Pennard WI
Everyone was in a festive mood for the December meeting and we were entertained by David Andrews who asked us all to imagine travelling back in time to the days of the Music Hall.
He gave us instruments to play, told us jokes and sang various songs which we all joined in with. Afterwards there were mincemeat slices and shortbread to be enjoyed with our tea, made by Barbara Hunt and Marlene Parker.
Prior to this business had been quickly dealt with. The annual meeting is in Cardiff on June 1, 2013 and West Pennard WI is to send a delegate. The WI Carol Service in Wells Cathedral had been enjoyed by those who attended.
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On Saturday, December 15, we hosted the Group Carol Service, which was attended by many other WI's with everyone happily singing carols and listening to the choir.
Our thanks go to the Rev Judith Jack who led the service, Arnold Wills playing the organ, Hannah Wills, the soloist and the choir, for their contributions in making the occasion such a happy one. The collection was given equally between the church for their roof repairs and West Pennard WI to defray expenses. Refreshments had been prepared by West Pennard ladies, with Sylvia Smith making a beautifully decorated cake.
Looking back to our November meeting – normally at this meeting members vote in a new committee, but this year, because of new legislation, the present committee will stay on until May next year.
The yearly report was given by president, Helen Cooper, the secretary's report by Anne Speirs and the treasurer's report by Pat Willcox, making everyone happy with all that had been achieved over the year.
A poppy wreath was to be laid on the Cenotaph by President Helen on Remembrance Sunday.
Quizzes had been put on the tables for members to do, with peals of laughter resounding round the hall when members tried to put names to faces in the photo quiz.