Hayton WI

Members visiting the Civic Centre, 2019
Hayton WI was formed in 1919. We have 37 friendly members who are always keen to welcome new folk. We enjoy a huge range of activities. We do the usual WI things such as helping in the community by serving tea at village fetes but we also have enjoyed participating in archery and target shooting. We have recently established a walking group; we enter teams for quizes, particpate in craft events and enjoy theatre and cinema visits.
Where We Meet:
Reading Room, Hayton, Brampton or by Zoom when Covid restrictions do not allow us to meet in person.
When We Meet:
2nd Tuesday of the month at 7.00 pm. The committee meetings vary to fit in with the committee members.


JANUARY No meeting

FEBRUARY Jewels & Wardrobe of the Duchess of Windsor – Janie Ramsay

MARCH Red squirrel conservation – Paul Bassindale

APRIL Work of the RNLI – David Edwards

MAY Debate of resolutions & craft making

JUNE Hand massage & aromatherapy – Clare MacShannon

JULY Short & crunchy history of British biscuits – Ros Downing

AUGUST Cumbria Wildlife Trust

SEPTEMBER History of street names in Carlisle – Chester Forester

OCTOBER Dark Sky Project – Jack Ellerby

NOVEMBER AGM & World Kindness Day activities

DECEMBER Christmas party: Joe Mills – Stories for Christmas