The WI are planning to host a community lunch for the Parish to mark the Centenary of the movement. We have had a chance to sort out the details and can confirm the lunch will be on Sunday 20th September in the Memorial Hall, 12.30 for 1 o’clock lunch. We plan to serve roast beef with roast and boiled new potatoes, vegetables and yorkies followed by a pudding and tea or coffee all for £6 per head, surely can’t be bad, well providing we don’t make some awful blunder!

Tickets will be available from Angela Grainger at The Old Dairy opposite the Hall or Lynne Ball at 5, Pilley Hill and we do need them to be bought in advance so we can organise the catering.

Last time we had a bit of a squash so we shall have to restrict the tickets this time so it will be first come first served I’m afraid but we’ll do our best, and we are restricted to WI members and Boldre parishioners unless we find we have space for more. Oh, and let us know if you would like to come but are vegetarian. The WI has moved on with the years so we shall not ask you all to stand up and sing Jerusalem, well not unless you really want to, nor will there be pots of jam dotted about, all we ask is that you come and join in a community get together and enjoy someone else cooking a traditional Sunday lunch, what could be better than that?

BOLDRE MEMORIAL HALL. SUNDAY 20" SEPTEMBER.

12-30 for 1pm.

Tickets £6 per head