Westleton Women's Institute
Westleton Women's Institute was formed in 1918. Until its demolition in 1968, monthly Institute meetings were held in a former army hut on The Street, and are now held in the Village Hall.
The Institute continues to organise social and educational activities in the spirit of its founding principles and continues to provide assistance to those in need.
The Institute meets at 7 30 pm in the Village Hall on the first Tuesday of every month except January and July (see programme below). It is a very friendly organisation and gives a warm welcome to visitors, guests and prospective new members.
Programme for 2020
The Trustees of Westleton Village Hall circulated this message on 18/03/2020.
“Following the Government's updated advice yesterday, the Trustees have regretfully decided that all activities and bookings at the Hall and Foyer will be put on hold as from today.”
So, we are very sorry, but this event is postponed.
We hope you understand.
Garden Party 2018
Use this link for the Facebook page of the Garden Party:-
February 2018 Meeting - Ghosts of the Suffolk Coast
Celebrating the 90th birthday of Sheila Francis
Monica Osborn encouraging the sale of raffle tickets.
Robert Halliday speaking on Ghosts of the Suffolk Coast.
Christmas Dinner 5th December 2017 at Westleton Crown
Carpet Bowls Team
September 2017; Meeting - My Life in Cartoons with Mark Reynolds
August 2017 Meeting - Linda Sexton- A Short History of Shopping
Members and visitors enjoying a glass of Pimms listening to the development of shopping and shops to the present day.
July 2017 Garden Party
Pimms, Raffle and a Quiz in President Pat Swindell's garden.
June 2017 Meeting- Hatch Match and Despatch
A very interesting talk by Jane Parker who is an Ipswich Registrar.
May 2017; Resolutions Meeting
Resolutions discussed regarding
With wine and nibbles!
April 2017 Meeting
A Cornucopia of The Cut, Halesworth
A talk by Simon Raven
The Annual Jumble Sale 2017
Over £600 raised!
March 2017 Meeting
Suffolk Farm Cheeses- The Development of a Business-Jason Salisbury.
February 2017 Meeting
Two Old Bags- A Gap Year is Wasted on the Young- Janice Hughes
Starting off 2017 with Enrolment tea
Oh dear,who wanted tea in the sugar bowl?
Pat Swindell welcoming the WI to an exciting year
Time to chat and meet new and old friends