Fancy a new hobby? New to the area? Then why not join the friendly ladies of North Springfield WI. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at Springfield Green WI Hall, Springfield from 7.30pm for 7.45pm.

In addition to these meetings where we have interesting speakers on a variety of subjects, there is the opportunity to join in walks, quizzes and outings or even learn a new skill at numerous workshops organised by the Essex Federation. If you would like more information, please contact the Secretary on 01245 465252.

February 7th - A Peep Behind the Scenes of the Chelmsford Ballet Company
March 7th - History of Perrywood Nursery
April 4th - Love Your Library
May 2nd - Safer Places
June 6th - A Female in Fleet Street - Life as a Photo Journalist
July 4th - Flower Arranging - Flowers of Summer
August 1st - Haymans Distillers
September 5th - Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
October 3rd - Hanningfield Reservoir and Nature Reserve
November 7th - Crackers and Little Angels

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