Sharon King

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Name: Sharon King
Date registered: August 17, 2014

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  1. W.I. Newsletter December 2020 — December 30, 2020
  2. W.I. Newsletter November 2020 — December 3, 2020
  3. W.I. Newsletter October 2020 — November 3, 2020
  4. W.I. Newsletter September 2020 — October 2, 2020
  5. W.I. Newsletter August 2020 — September 2, 2020

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W.I. Newsletter December 2020

Our walking group now has a new name.  With the lifting of restrictions (temporarily as it turns out) we were able to meet again on the 12th December and decided to venture a little further this time.  We met up in Chilbolton and all turned up in red cars – so one of …

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W.I. Newsletter November 2020

Once again, we met courtesy of Zoom for this month’s meeting and our speaker this time was Mike Brook who has an amateur dramatics background, which gave him confidence to become a public speaker 12 years ago.  He had one rule – to be entertaining.  However, it is a challenge to speak to …

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W.I. Newsletter October 2020

When our speaker this month, via Zoom, Dorothy Cook, finished regaling us with tales from her life as a Midwife she asked members watching from home if they had any questions.  There was a stunned silence.  It is possible that our members were somewhat overwhelmed with the graphic detail she went into of …

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W.I. Newsletter September 2020

At last there is something to write about! Yes this month we managed to meet up twice, once in person and the second time virtually. Twenty-one of us gathered for a socially distanced coffee morning in the garden of the Royal Oak in Goodworth Clatford on a dry, but cool day with some …

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W.I. Newsletter August 2020

Writing these newsletters is getting increasingly difficult as the current guidelines still prohibit any indoor meetings, so there is very little to report on.  However, we do want all our members to be aware that the Committee is still meeting regularly via Zoom and trying to be creative in how we can get …

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W.I. Newsletter July 2020

A newsletter has now been sent out to members giving them information on what the Committee has been doing behind the scenes.  Our President Julia Rowling apologised that she hadn’t issued it sooner, but her day job as Manager of the Village Shop had had to take priority. We still don’t know when …

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W.I. Newsletter June 2020

Whilst we are slowly coming out of lockdown, as measures are being eased, there is still no news as to when public gatherings can take place, so we are unable to plan any meetings at the moment.  Keeping within social distancing guidelines, three members of our walking group strolled together this month; two …

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W.I. Newsletter May 2020

Unfortunately, we still cannot give any diary dates to our members, even though some restrictions are being lifted, but only very gradually.   Nevertheless, the committee has been having meetings via Zoom (other software is available) for those who are connected to wi-fi and wish to join in.  We are being positive and still …

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W.I. Newsletter April 2020

The end of the month is looming as I sit here to write our newsletter for this month, and it would normally be a busy week for us.  But of course, life is not normal at the moment. Whilst there is nothing on our WI calendars, our members are still in touch with …

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W.I. Newsletter March 2020

Who would have thought when I published our February Newsletter that very few of our diary dates for March would be fulfilled? Five of us met up for Supper Club at The Abbotts Mitre, the pub was full, probably everyone out before the expected lock-down was announced due to the global outbreak of …

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