Coffee and lashings of cake were enjoyed on Tuesday 17th May at Hagley Golf Club when about 13 members came together to chat, exchange ideas and keep connected. Members who find evening meetings difficult appreciate the opportunity to remain in touch, not only on a
Club members have kept in touch with each other remotely during lockdown as well as via our new E book club where we ‘meet’ virtually on a monthly basis. Members have commented they have read books they would not have previously chosen. We have a
Coffee mornings – to keep everyone in touch, particularly during the winter, we have been meeting for coffee and the essential cake every couple of months. We met and enjoyed coffee and cake in January and again on International Women’s Day on 8thMarch. Picture of
We were so happy that Stourbridge hosted the Public Speaking Competition this year and Dudley MBC hosted us in the council buildings and provided excellent refreshments. We were proud of our young entrant Sophie, who was one of the younger entrants but had clearly worked
Our local women’s refuge preferred craft items for the children rather that easter eggs this year and we were able to donate a great selection of kits and resources to keep them busy through the holidays.
We had a great afternoon on 10th April, with thanks to SI Stratford for hosting us! We celebrated the end of Linda’s most successful year with a gift of a climbing rose for her beautiful garden. New president Jane outlined her plans to “Rise by lifting
Green fingered Soroptimists work hard to get to get our beds and planters in good shape for Stourbridge In Bloom 2022. We have a reputation to maintain after helping Stourbridge to win Gold last year (2021).
Following the success of meetings during Covid when some members were able to attend zoom meeting but for whatever reason were unable to attend Face-to-Face meetings the club decided to commence Hybrid meetings so that members could attend either attend Face-to-Face
The club was left a legacy specifically for all members to have an afternoon tea. Sarah died some months ago now but she was remembered at the tea party when her husband, son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter attended the party. Members took part in a tree
Throughout the year and usually early morning, a party of gardeners advanced on trugs hung on the railings plus a brick planter surrounding the ring road in Stourbridge. The planting which had a red, white and blue scheme took place early in the year and