Aston and District W.I Calendar 2017

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Welcome to Aston and District W.I. — a sister club — to Audlem and Malbank W.I.

Our President this year is Jenny Bourne and we meet at Aston Methodist Church Hall on the first Friday of each month. During the winter months we meet at 1.30pm in the afternoon and during spring and summer at 7.30pm in the evening.

We have an interesting range of speakers some of which are illustrated here but the full Calendar can be seen in the calendar section of Audlem Online.
We also have lunch clubs and other activities, to all of which you would be most welcome.

  • 3rd February 1.30pm — The Quilters Trading Post
  • 3rd March 7.30pm — Chocolatier Man from Lllovely's in Audlem
  • 7th April 7.30pm — Arley Hall Head Gardener — The Arley Hall gardens.
  • 5th May 7.30pm — Nursery Rhymes by Jean Finney
  • 2nd June 7.30pm — The History of Combermere Abbey — John Parkin
  • 7th July Painting Display and Life's Adventures.

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