Woman trapped upside down in car near Franche

9:35am Thursday 20th January 2011

A WOMAN was trapped upside down in her car after it left the road and turned on its roof near Franche this morning.

Jumble sale in Far Forest

11:09am Monday 23rd February 2009

A JUMBLE sale is being held at Far Forest Village Hall on Saturday.

Far Forest

3:00pm Friday 20th February 2009

WI – Speaker Roy Albutt’s subject was the history of stained glass windows.

Far Forest

1:00pm Thursday 22nd January 2009

WI – At the January meeting, members discussed a possible visit to the ballet at Malvern, a jumble sale in March and a hygiene refresher course. A member was elected to go to the National AGM in London in June. A date was agreed for a meeting with the link WI in June for a trip to Hartlebury Castle.

Far Forest

11:00am Thursday 8th January 2009

WI – At the November meeting, the speaker from the Hedgehog Trust did not turn up. There will be another visit to the ballet in March. After WI business, some members tried origami and others explored aromatherapy.

Far Forest

9:00am Thursday 25th September 2008

WI – Speaker Dave Moore gave a talk and demonstration on canal art.

Far Forest

10:51am Tuesday 23rd September 2008

WI – Speaker Dave Moore gave a talk and demonstration on canal art.

Far Forest

9:00am Friday 25th July 2008

WI – Arrangements were finalised for the boat trip from Evesham with ‘twin’ WI from Malvern Link later this month.

Far Forest

4:34pm Tuesday 29th April 2008

WI - After the welcome and business, arrangements for future events were discussed including the visit to Angel Gardens this summer, skittles matches and meetings with the Twin 90' WI. The visit to Malvern Theatres on March 8 to see the Russian Ballet was successful.



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