President Therese and members attended a very busy event at Lancaster Library organised by East Meets West. There were 12 stalls representing different cultures from around the world organised by women from the refugee and asylum seeker communities in the city. There were different foods
Preston Afternoon Tea On 21 June President Therese attending an afternoon tea hosted by Preston SI. The venue was café at St Catherines Hospice Preston, which is set in beautiful grounds alongside the large hospice building. The afternoon event raised £387 for Lancashire Women’s Charity.
At the end of May President Therese and Val M visited Growing Well at Sizergh Barn which the club will support this year as the President’s charity. It is a mental health charity located on an organic farm and market garden. Under the supervision of
President Val and member Sandra travelled to Haslingdon to attend the SI Rossendale Charter Lunch. After travelling across the western Pennines on a beautiful day they joined members of SI Rosendale and their guests. After lunch one of their longest serving members talked about the
What better way to spend one of the last Sunday summer afternoons particularly when the money raised go to the Dianne Oxberry Trust for raising awareness of Ovarian Cancer. The trust gave a presentation at a Regional Meeting explaining that ovarian cancer was difficult to
The following is the write-up Val B kindly did for our local paper. Every year members hold an event to mark and support International Women’s Day and this year the club was fortunate to have the assistance of Steve Pendrill, the renowned local professional
Being early December it may have been cold outside but the club members gave Elaine a warm welcome. President Val, Membership Coordinator Hilary along with Programme Action Coordinator Deirdre joined club members in welcoming Elaine to the club.
This was a second opportunity to catch up with friends with another face-to-face meeting. Val, the president gave an overview of club structure which was supported by guiding everyone to the different web site associated with the organisation. This was followed by Hillary who gave
November saw the 2021 the first face to face meeting for the Northwest region for several month. Previous meeting had been held over Zoom due to the national restriction relating to the Covid pandemic. Lancaster was well represented. One of the items was the hand