All Lickey WI social meetings and activities are currently subject to Government restrictions – please check for updates on the Programme page
Lickey WI has hosted several events on Zoom and the committee and Book Group have continued to meet remotely.
Worcestershire Federation and Denman on Line have offered a range of activities on Zoom which some members have accessed and three members have regularly represented Lickey WI on the monthly online County Quiz.
Lickey WI Members usually enjoy a varied programme of activities throughout the year:
Each month a speaker or activity is arranged at the Parish Hall, with the exception of January when a New Year Lunch Meeting is held. Details are given on the Programme page.
Lickey Members staged a successful stall at the Holy Trinity Church Christmas Fayre on Sat 7 December 2019. Craft items, home made cakes and bric-a-brac were on sale.
Lickey Members also take part in Group and Federation activities and events. WI’s within the Bromsgrove & Hillside Group organise twice-yearly meetings which allow Members to meet with other WI’s to discuss Group matters and a speaker or entertainment is arranged.
Several Lickey Members attended the Bromsgrove & Hillside Group Autumn Meeting on Tuesday 29 October when local BBC Midlands Today presenter Joanne Malin gave an excellent talk about her life and career.
Four Lickey members were fortunate enough to join Finstall WI members for a coach trip led by the estimable Brian Draper: “Following the Severn to its Source” in April 2018:
Lickey WI hosted the 2018 Spring Group Meeting on Tuesday 27 March at the Trinity Centre. The speaker for the evening was Louise Brooks, Denman College Tutor and owner of “Hats from the Hall”.
Lickey WI members are invited to events held by other WI’s in the Group, such as a Coffee Morning held by Blackwell and Burcot WI:
Outings to places of interest are organised, with partners and other local WI members welcome.
A group of members have formed a Book Club – see which books they have been reading and what they thought of them on the Book Club page.
A Dining Club was initiated in 2015 with 22 people requesting a place at the first outing -find out where they have recently been/are going next on the Dining Club page.
Lickey WI supports local community events and the WI Stall offers home-made cakes and preserves plus craft items made by members at the annual Christmas Fair at Holy Trinity Church and Lickey WI has also supported the Lickey Festival:
Lickey WI members have taken part in a WI Choir at public events:
Lickey Members enjoy joining in the monthly Group Walks, which different WIs take turns in leading:
Evening walks over the Lickey Hills are often organised during the summer months.
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