April 9th-The Art of Dowsing-Keith Harmon.


Keith is an eminent local dowser who gives talks all over the UK & in America. He will bring dowsing rods for us all to try & give us an entertaining insight into this amazing art. You’ll be surprised!

Happy New Year

Another year in front of us and our 2019 programme can now be found on the programme page.  Here is a great picture of our ladies enjoying our Chrismas meal at La Familia in Hampton Hill

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Our next meeting is on Tuesday 8th January when once again we will be quizing which is always fun.

If you were expecting the skiffle band sadly due to health and family commitments they have post-poned but Lesley is trying to book them for Christmas (fingers crossed)

 

A new year means that our annual subsciptions are now due
This years fee is £42, Payments on line are preffered with your intial and surname as a reference

Bank Details
Sort Code – 77-30-24
Acct no. 85829668

Cheques payable to Hampton Women’s Institute should be in an sealed envelope clearly marked on the outside with your name

November AGM

At our next meeting on 13th November we will be voting the new committee for 2019.

We are looking for new members to join the committee. If you would like to nominate a member or step forward yourself please get in touch

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If we receive more than 8 nominees a vote will take place and the top 8 will form the new committee.  Once the committee is formed all members will have the opportunity to vote for the President from the elected committee.

When the formal buines has been completed (and we make every effort to make this as swift as possible) we will be welcoming Michelle Luscombe from VocalTonix for a really fun sing-along session.

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Shelle just loves to sing, and she strongly believes in the therapeutic powers of singing, which are enhanced when we sing together in a group.

Vocal Tonix is for people who want to sing for the fun of it but can’t necessarily read music and don’t want the pressure of joining a choir. We project the lyrics onto a screen at the front of the room so that everyone can hold their heads high and let their voices ring (even if they’re not in tune!).