Welcome to The Heyfords’ WI

Thinking of joining us?

What you can expect..? First of all, no one is going to quiz you on whether you have a favourite recipe for a sponge cake, or whether you can bake.

We are a friendly group, who will offer friendship and support and you too will have the opportunity to join in as much or as little as you decide.

We meet on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm in The Reading Room, School Lane, Upper Heyford, OX25 5LG

Our meetings start with a short business session to report on WI issues and events in Oxfordshire and on the national scene. This is usually followed by a talk or demonstration with plenty of social time, to be able to catch up and have a tea or coffee with cake or biscuits.

You are more than welcome to come along and see what we are like… give me a call, what have you got to lose? Hopefully a lot to gain!


Denise Ball (Secretary) – tel: 01869 343364

Oxfordshire Federation of Women’s Institutes
tel: 01869 331081
email: ofwi@btconnect.com
Website www.oxfordshirewi.co.uk

National Federation of Women’s Institutes
tel: 0207 371 9300
Website www.womens-institute.org.uk

Programme 2019/20


May 15                     Resolutions & Supper

June 19                     “A Wander through the Baltic States “– Pam Newall 

June 22                    Group Walk at Steeple Aston

July 17                      “Bowen Technique” – Angie Woodard

August 21                 No meeting

September 18         Lower Heyford Bowls Club – 7pm

October 16              “Heyford Apiary” – Ian Wilkinson

October                   Group Meeting – Fringford

November 20         “Tudor Christmas” – Martin Sirot-Smith

December 19          Christmas Meal


January 15              “Pottery – Craft” – Jenny Tamblyn

February 19           “My Trip to Israel 2018 “– David Taylor

March 18                 AGM and Social Time

March                      Group Meeting – Stoke Lyne

April 15                   “Memoirs of a Royal Footman” – Ian Scott-Hunter


June 29th 2019 – 2-4pm

Cream Teas

Lower Heyford Sports and Community Centre
King George’s Field

Please come along