Abingdon Fitzharrys Women’s Institute

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The Women’s Institute (WI) is the largest women’s voluntary organisation in the UK with about 220,000 members.

Fitzharrys WI Founded 1966

The WI gives members the opportunity to learn something they didn’t know or couldn’t do before. It gives the opportunity to make new friends, share interests, learn new skills and have fun.

The WI organise visits to places of interest and events that you may never have considered doing.

We welcome the chance to give something back to the community and will often host sales and events to raise money for local charities and organisations.

Abingdon Fitzharrys WI was formed in 1966 and continues to flourish with more than 40 members.

We meet at The Northcourt Centre on the second Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm. Disabled access and parking are available.

At each meeting, we have a talk or a demonstration followed by social time which might include a quiz, cheese and wine or a workshop. We try to cover throughout the year a variety of interests with our choice of speakers. Our annual programme also includes events such as coffee mornings, a summer outing, a garden party and a Christmas lunch.

Members of our group also organise a monthly lunch club, a walking group, a weekly keep fit class, an art group, a craft group, as well as trips to the theatre and live screenings

In addition, there are opportunities to join a wide range of events organised by the Oxfordshire Federation.

We are pleased to welcome visitors. If you are thinking of joining the Women’s Institute. why not come along to a meeting? Either turn up on the night or to get in touch through our CONTACT US page.

 

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