Members’ Meetings

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Abingdon Fitzharrys WI suspended in person meetings as a result of Covid 19 restrictions from April 2020.  In 2021 meetings via Zoom were organised as an alternative and since June 2021 they are delighted to be able to gather together again in person.  See details below.


11 January  –  a talk on the Oxfordshire Emergency Planning Service.

8 February – a talk on Norway by Abingdon Fitzharrys member Trine, who comes from that country.

8 March – Annual General Meeting followed by social time.

12 April – Christine Bovington Cox to give a talk on policing over 40 years.

10 May – Jeff Rozelaar joins us again to give the second part of his talk on Winston Churchill

14 June – Queen’s Diamond Jubilee tea party. Flower workshop – a small arrangement in a jam jar or similar, followed by a quiz.

12 July – a talk by Andy Kempe entitled “The Curious Case of Greenham Common”

16 August – annual outing. A guided tour of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, with Jim Godfrey.

13 September – an evening of Seated Zumba with Thea Rogers

11 October – craft evening

8 November – a talk by Tony Strafford entitled “The Ladies of the Tower”

13 December – Christmas entertainment with Ben Heaney, electric violinist


10 January – John Place “Basic – Better – Best”

14 February – Ken and June Brazier to give a talk entitled “Mercy Ships”

14 March – Annual General Meeting followed by a talk by Trine Lucy called “My Quilt Journey”

11 April – Helen Plumb to give a talk on “Glorious Gemstones”

Meetings feature a talk by a visiting speaker or other organised activities, updates on future events and recent developments, all followed by refreshments and social time.

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.

Please come along to a meeting (with no obligation to join) to try us out.

Abingdon Fitzharrys WI is a member of the Oxfordshire Federation of Women’s Institutes