Welcome to Hemyock Friday, November 17 2017 @ 05:20 pm GMT

Hemyock WI


Our numbers continue to grow and we would like to welcome even more of you who want to make new friends and listen to interesing speakers.  Our ages range from 36 to 79 and cover all walks of life.  Anyone who has watched Calendar Girls will know that we are not all 'Jam and Jerusalem' !

We meet in the Parish Hall (Forbes Lounge) on the first Tuesday in the month at 7:30pm.

Copies of our programme are available, and if anyone would like more information please phone Lynn Taylor on 01823 680104.  We can arrange transport if necessary to help those who are less mobile or those who do not like to enter meetings on their own.

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Sausage and Mash lunch

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The incredibly popular and delicious Sausage and Mash lunch is back!  Hemyock WI will be cooking on Saturday March 14th from 12 til 1.30.  The cost is £6.00 a head to include a main course, amazing home made desserts and tea or coffee.  Wine will be available. 

To book your space please ring Lynn Taylor on 01823680104 but be quick as this event is very popular. 


Events

Wednesday 22-Nov
Friday 24-Nov -
Tuesday 28-Nov

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Local Weather

Dry overnight. Some rain in places on Saturday.

This Evening and Tonight:

It will be a dry night across the region. Milder in the southwest and colder for eastern parts as cloud cover increases from the west through the small hours. A little patchy frost or mist for eastern parts. Minimum Temperature -2 °C.

Saturday:

Cloud continuing to develop through the morning with patchy, mostly light, rain spreading southwards slowly. Dry and brighter likely to hang on across the far southwest. Rain clearing overnight. Maximum Temperature 12 °C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

Mainly dry and bright on Sunday, but cloud and patchy rain spreading eastward. Mild and mainly cloudy on Monday and Tuesday with spells of rain, and at times breezy.

Updated at: 1522 on Fri 17 Nov 2017



sourced from the Met Office