Dolls of Hampton

Lovely to see so many of you on Zoom this week. I do miss a good natter!

Some of you asked for more information about The Dolls of Hampton project. The Dolls of Hampton is a community art project designed to make Hampton smile during lockdown. Dolls made of discarded doll parts and other found materials are being displayed around Hampton for people to see as they walk around, a bit like a treasure hunt. People are invited to take a photo and then share their photo with the hashtag #dollsofhampton.

Link to location map –

You can follow on Facebook, @TheDollsofHampton, and Instagram @DollsofHampton

February Social!

Make yourself a cuppa,

or pour yourself a wine!

Drop in for a natter,

we hope to see you online.

Tuesday 9th February at 8 o’clock on Zoom – WI Social.

Look out for an envelope coming through your letterbox this weekend. It will contain the Zoom log in and bits for a little valentine’s ice breaker activity. In addition to the contents of the envelope you will need scissors and a glue stick or stapler.

Stay safe. Looking forward to see you on Tuesday evening.


January Quiz – Tuesday 12th January

Happy New Year – Everyone

It’s January and as we do every year we kick off with a Quiz – on Zoom this year of course.

Topic: Hampton WI Meeting
Time: Jan 12, 2021 08:00 PM London

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 894 6788 5662
Passcode: 522166

You may play on your own or form a team with other members.
When forming a team we suggest you create a Whats App group to disucss your answers.

2021 Resolution Vote

Its now time to vote for this years resolution. This year we will conduct the vote via an online survey which will be sent out in the next day or so.

The shortlist for voting is

  • A call to increase awareness of the subtle signs of ovarian cancer
  • Racism and Discrimination
  • Stop women dying prematurely from coronary heart disease (CHD)!
  • Stop the destruction of peat bogs to tackle climate change

You can find out more in the WI Life magazine or by visiting

The Women’s Institute is democratic and member-led, and the resolutions process is unique in putting members at the heart of decisions about our campaign activity. Every issue that we campaign on stems directly from a resolution put forward by members and adopted at the Annual Meeting. WI members have a unique opportunity to turn a concern into a national campaign every year, backed by the whole of the WI.

NFWI Chair Lynne Stubbings giving a speech to a big audience of WI members at the AM 2019

A resolution is a call for change on a current issue in society. Once a resolution has been adopted at the Annual Meeting, the Public Affairs Department turns it into a campaign. Through national and local campaigning, members play a key role in achieving change on important issues.