Lower Withington Wi Report
Our meeting on 28th June opened as usual with Jerusalem being sang.
Our President Ann opened the meeting by firstly welcoming our many visitors from neighbouring WI's, then she thanked Jillian for the flowers and The Committee for the refreshments. She then went on to congratulate everyone who had entered the recent Cheshire Show and commended people on their achievements.
We were then treated to an evening of entertainment from Julie and Sue better known as 'wordybirdies', who have been entertaining people in North Wales and West Cheshire since April 2010 with their two woman show, which is full of poems, sketches and monologues, all devised and composed by themselves.
They had written a poem especially for us! Molly, Beryl and Gwen all got a mention as well as our forthcoming Rose Day and September WI Show!
Their show was enjoyed by all, their play on words is very clever and amusing; they finished with a poem entitled 'Fabulous Forty', which 'struck a chord' with most of the members.
Then, as usual a very generous supper was enjoyed.
Our next meeting is on 26th July at 7.30pm in Lower Withington Village Hall, when we shall be having a talk by Rebecca Done on 'My Life in Entertainment', please come along and join us if you can.
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