Sharon King

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Name: Sharon King
Date registered: August 17, 2014

Latest posts

  1. W.I. Newsletter December 2019 — January 3, 2020
  2. W.I. Newsletter November 2019 — December 5, 2019
  3. W.I. Newsletter October 2019 — November 7, 2019
  4. W.I. Newsletter September 2019 — October 4, 2019
  5. W.I. Newsletter August 2019 — September 3, 2019

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W.I. Newsletter June 2017

Thanks to the hard work of the Programme Sub-Committee we have much to look forward to in the coming year.  Kate Bennett has been busy with her paint brushes and produced a very colourful Programme for us to get all those dates marked off on the Calendar.   The topics range from the historical …

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W.I. Newsletter May 2017

I thought I would give you all a rest from my usual ramblings, and with a bit of arm-twisting our President Kate Bennett has allowed her quirky (as only Kate can do!) Annual Report presented at this month’s Annual Meeting to be reproduced here.   PRESIDENT’S BOARD GAME   Throw a 6 and …

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W.I. Newsletter April 2017

A big thank you to all of you who supported us at our recent Easter Eggstravaganza – it was a great success.  We were delighted to see so many of you and hope you all enjoyed yourselves.   The proceeds of the morning are helping us fund our Centenary Celebrations later this year. Some …

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W.I. Newsletter March 2017

It’s a wonder that any of our members manged to get a restful night’s sleep following our Meeting this month.  Last time Graham Birchmore visited us he was here to analyse our handwriting with surprising results.  This time he wanted to talk about Dream Interpretation. Many of us admitted to dreaming that we …

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W.I. Newsletter February 2017

We may not have had a speaker organised for this month’s meeting, but to make up for it our members have been doing a lot of talking throughout this month.    We chatted as we walked through wintery showers of sleet in very cold temperatures around Hatherden and Wherwell.  We did laugh, as with …

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W.I. Newsletter January 2017

Our members enjoyed a post-Christmas/late New Year Dinner in the Village Hall this month.  It was a lovely relaxed evening as we all sat there whilst our various selections were cooked and brought to us.  As usual Mr Davies from Southampton came up trumps, portions were generous and delicious.  Unfortunately, this was the …

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W.I. Newsletter December 2016

There are so many calls upon our members’ time that the WI does tend to take a back seat during December, but the reading group still managed to fit in a session to discuss their latest book and the walking group rambled around Barton Stacey.  Several members went to the Cinema to see …

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W.I. Newsletter November 2016

For some of us at this month’s meeting it was if our life was flashing before our very eyes.  Our speaker this month was Jill Hannington, who shared her memories of Andover during her childhood in the 1940s and 50s. Our journey back in time started at Hundred Acre Corner at the top …

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W.I. Newsletter October 2016

It was like time had slipped at this month’s meeting; the Calendar showed October, indeed the autumn colours have been stunning this year, thoughts are reluctantly beginning to turn to Christmas and there was our speaker talking about Easter Eggs – but not the chocolate variety. Our speaker this month, Mark Wilson has …

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W.I. Newsletter September 2016

The month started for us, as for so many in the village, with a busy day at Abbotts Ann Fete.  We didn’t stop; from the moment we arrived at 9.30 a.m. to start our set-up until the end of the afternoon, possibly a little earlier than usual due to the inclement weather, when …

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