Women's Institute

Grewelthorpe Women’s Institute meet on the first Thursday of each month in Grewelthorpe Village Hall. Meetings start at 7-30p.m.
There are an excellent variety of speakers throughout the year and a warm welcome is extended to any propsective members.
The group is active in outside events organised by the Federation, attending courses and taking part in various activities like quizzes and darts tournaments etc.
President is Alison Kerr, Secretary is Margaret Robinson. Contact any member for further details or just come to the next meeting.

Programme for 2020
January 2nd – Life of Community Midwife. Terri Duncanson. Comp. Photograph
February 6th – Domino tournament.
March 5th – Story of Ripon Cathedral. Godfrey Wilson. Comp. Most words from Ripon Cathedral City.
April 2nd. – Safe & Well. Community Safety Officer. Comp. Easter Rabbit.
April. Annual Lunch.
May 7th – GUEST NIGHT. Cookery Dem. Julie Clarke.
June 4th – Tai Chi. Jane Ayre. Comp. Oriental item.
July 2nd. – Dementia Forward. Jillian Quinn. Comp. A pretty scarf.
August 6th. – Where earth & Sky meet. Glennis White. Comp. miniature garden on a saucer.
September 3rd. – Harrogate Hospital radio. Mike Streeton. Comp. a favourite bookmark.
October 4th – AGM – Social evening. Comp. Halloween. November 5th. – 75th Birthday. Ripon Lace. Veronica Broadley. Comp. Piece of lace.
December 3rd. – My needle and I. Jan Bell. Comp. Piece of embroidery.

A new quiz for 2020 available. Please send SAE and £1 to B.Bradley. Nutwith House Grewelthorpe for copy. Closing date 30th May 2020.

Answers for 2020 Numbers Quiz.

1. Three Blind Mice
2. Kill two birds with one stone
3. Nine Men’s Morris
4. Take Two bites at a cherry
5. One flew over the cuckoo’s nest
6. Six Days shalt thou labour
7. To fall between Two stools.
8. A four square meal
9. To talk nineteen to the dozen.
10. To have one over the eight.
11. To have one foot in the grave
12. In two shakes of a lamb’s tail.
13. He is three sheets to the wind.
14. He is as thick as two short planks.
15. Give three cheers.
16. The seven wonders of the world.
17. Three times a lady.
18. Sweet little sixteen.
19. Three coins in a fountain
20. Love potion number nine
21. You’re sixteen, you’re beautiful and you’re mine.
22. Hewers of wood and drawers of water.
23. Another one bites the dust.
24. Three sheets to the wind.
25. Two can play at that game.
26. Have one for the road
27. He has got two left feet.
28. The three musketeers.
29. One two buckle my shoe.
30. The four horsemen of the apocolypse.
31. He has two strings to his bow.
32. I don’t give two hoots.
33. They are ten a penny.
34. He is firing on all four cylinders.
35. I saw three ships come sailing by.
36. One for all and all for one.
37. That’s one in the eye for you.
38. One fine day.
39. He’s two sandwiches short of a picnic.
40. We three kings of orient are.

Thanks to everyone who supported this quiz. The winner was Mrs O’Shaughnessy of Grewelthorpe.