Programme 2020


JAN 9th – Being Inbetween

Carolyn Mendelsohn talks about her photography project, Being Inbetween


FEB 13th – Show the love: climate friendly fashion

Hear how to make the most of charity shops, to fit your own personal style. Bring along your unwanted clothes and swap them with others.


MAR 12th – A blossoming spring

Tips and tricks from two local gardeners. Make a spring-themed floral arrangement to take home.


APR 2nd – ***NOTE DATE CHANGE*** – Jo Moseley: healthyHappy50

Discover joy and wellbeing with Jo Moseley 

APR 30th – ***BONUS MEETING*** – Social @St Peters

An extra meeting to make up for shifting the official April one! Join us for a social get-together.


MAY 14th – Organ Donation, an update on the law

Learn what has changed, and more on the WI campaign


JUNE 11th – Summer fayre: show off your talents

Enter our fun competitions! Who will win best in show…?


JULY 9th – Food, glorious food

Bring and share – bring a friend and share a meal.




SEPT 10th – AGM & celebrating 100 years of the WI in Yorkshire

We are 9! But the WI is a lot older.


OCT 8th – Yorkshire on screen

A talk from the experts, showcasing Yorkshire’s proud film heritage


NOV 12th – Upcycling: design a Christmas jumper

Bring along a jumper and we’ll help you create your own unique masterpiece


DEC 10th – Have yourself a cheesy little Christmas

Carols, games and everything Christmassy!

We meet on the second Thursday of each month – except in August, when we take a break over the summer.

Each meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. at St Peter’s Church Hall, Moorhead Lane, Saltaire. We usually finish by 9 p.m.

Visitors are welcome at any of our meetings for a £4 donation, so why not come along and see if you like us before joining up? A year’s membership costs £43 and gives you free access to all our meetings plus the chance to join our social events and our active crafting, walking and book groups.

For more information on any of our meetings, feel free to contact us

July meeting: Sing! With the Great Yorkshire Chorus
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