Some of our past events:

2019

Our "Knitters" took part in the purple hearts event organised by the Meath Home.   The town was decorated with knitted purple hearts.  The photograph was taken at the Pepperpot.

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2019

Monica Bowen won the cup for the highest number of points at the Flower and Produce Show.  The photograph shows Monica receiving her cup from the Federation Chairman.

2015

'On 2nd June 2015, the Duchess of Cornwall hosted a Garden Party at Buckingham Palace to celebrate 100 years of the WI in the United Kingdom. One member from each WI was invited to attend the event and I was lucky enough to win the ballot and represent Ockford-Godalming WI.  A coach was laid on and about 40 members from South West Surrey donned their best hats and departed for London on a windy, rainy day. It was certainly a day to remember. The organisation ran like clockwork and the tea was memorable. Several other members of the Royal Family also mingled with guests, gamely holding tightly on to their umbrellas!'

Sue

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2018

2019

2019

The You-Ukes paid us a visit in December

Godalming Summer Fair - 2018

Flower Festival - 2019

 Chinthurst WI Group Fashion Show at the Wilfrid Noyce Centre on the 14th March 2020

Sadly 'Hello Lovely Boutique' had to withdraw from this event but M & Co Godalming were able to step in at the last minute.  The event was well supported by members and friends.  The wonderful Jazz Choir also gave an entertaining performance followed by an amazing full afternoon tea.   Pictured here is model Dee McNamara (right) and below, the Choir and a selection of cakes for tea

Click here to see all the photos.

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Madajazz

At our March meeting Jane Muddle gave such an interesting talk about her ethically based business selling hats and bags sourced from Madagascar. She also talked about the island bringing it vividly to life.

 

These colourful hand woven raffia goods were beautifully made in bright colours and using 'Fairtrade' principles.  Our members were able to treat themselves from a wide choice of sun hats and beach bags. Pictured here is Niki Hill trying the hat for size!

 

Visit their website here

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2020

 

We had our first W.I meeting this week, sitting under the Old Oak Tree!  Members came with their own camp chairs, a mug and cakes.  Later we were entertained by the duo "Kissing Frogs" (Pictured) - from Folk to Rock songs which was great fun. 

Their telephone number is

07812 446 004

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Our "Poppy  Project" is begining to  take shape (see above) with the crochet and felt poppies being sewn onto a poppy background by some of our "Stitch & Chat" team.  More poppies are still needed before this project is complete, so keep making!

Poppy Fall

 

The finished "Poppy Fall" is displayed from the pulpit at St Peter & St Paul C of E in Godalming.  It was created by our WI members making all the individual poppies.  It was ready for Remembrance Sunday on 8th November and is now displayed in St Mark's Church, Ockford  Ridge,

Ockford-Godalming WI, with members of the Townswoman Guild laid poppy wreaths at the Godalming War Memorial on Remembrance Sunday 8th November.  The crochet poppy wreath was made by Maggie Maile.

Remembrance Sunday 2020

 

We had a beautiful sunny autumn day for our WI outing to Lightwater Country Park recently.  Here are several photos of our picnic and exploration of the several lakes, before having a much needed ice cream!

Our WI Outing to Lightwater Country Park on Wednesday 16th September 2020.

Janice celebrated her birthday at Lightwater Country Park on Wednesday.  We enjoyed eating her birthday cake!

Jacky and Gillian enjoying their picnic lunch  at Lightwater Country Park

We had a beautiful sunny autumn day for our WI outing to Lightwater Country Park recently.  Here are several photos of our picnic and exploration of the several lakes, before having a much needed ice cream!

Our WI Outing to Lightwater Country Park on Wednesday 16th September 2020.

The Scrabble Club meeting outside in the sunshine!

Following our very interesting talk and slide show on "Behind the scenes of RHS Chelsea Flower Show" members enjoyed seeing spring flowers arranged in a tea cup.  Here are some of the arrangements beautifully arranged by members.  To see who has arranged the flowers below, hover your mouse over each picture.