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New Banner

Our new SI Sheffield banner was unveiled at the Charter Lunch at Hassop Hall. Pictured – President Elect and current President beside our new banner

91st Charter Lunch – March 2019

We were treated to a superb lunch at Hassop Hall to celebrate our 91st year,  As well as beautiful surroundings, lovely food and great company, we welcomed the Master and Mistress Cutler as our guests of honour, as well as the president of SI Yorkshire

International Women’s Day

Two members of the club, Hilary and Ann H, attended an International Women’s Day dinner in Wakefield.  The guest speaker, Kim Leadbeater, is the sister of Jo Cox,the murdered MP.  She was inspirational, talking about the work promoting the sense of community done by the

February Supper Meeting

We were delighted to welcome Rebecca and Carol to our meeting this month.  The changes in the opportunities available to all within the Girlguiding movement were clearly explained and the activities looked most exciting and  appealing.

Toilet Twinning

We held the inaugural steering meeting of club members to plan the campaign to make Sheffield a ‘Toilet Twinned’ city. As many as 2.3 billion people in the world don’t have a loo. Women and girls and children are particularly vulnerable to a lack of

Christmas Gifts

We have enjoyed putting Christmas bags together for the local women’s refuge, as well as collecting gifts for the Snowdrop Project.  Thank you to all members who contributed and to our Programme Action representatives for all their hard work in organising this.  HAPPY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!

Message from Chris in New Zealand

I have had a few visits to SI Lower Hutt and SI Wellington events.  Attended two SI Lower Hutt suppers and business meetings, their Christmas lunch and SI Wellington’s afternoon at a local garden centre with a talk by Wellington Botanical Gardens horticulturalist who spoke

November Supper Meeting

We were delighted to welcome Lucy from British Red Cross to our meeting this month.  She told us all about the work of this amazing organisation – both at home and abroad – from helping families who suffered the loss of their homes through fire