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Many of the Institute members put their baking heads on and created some wonderful savoury dishes for the local Table Top Sale in Acklington Village Hall.the dishes included - a selection of flans and quiches (all different); sausage rolls; ham-filled rolls; pies; shepherd's Pies; Homity Pies; various unusual flavours of scones as well as home-made chutneys.Wilma Nicoll read out the very challenging Federation set poem entitled REFLECTIONS by Louis Mc Neice.
The NFWI Board of Trustees is democratically elected every two years by the members.
At the meeting Dougie gave a very clear and informative presentation and demonstration on the use of defibrillators.
This left many of the members who had previously had concerns about using the equipment with a new found confidence. An exciting and incredible journey by our speaker Neal Skelton.
We were delighted to come second in both the Spoken Word (out of 7 teams) and in the Choral (out of 4 teams) in the Finals of the Northumberland Federation Reading Aloud Competition which was held at Stannington Village Hall.
The team consisted of (left to right) June Barras, Sylvia Linnett, Wilma Nicoll, Doreen Colbourne, Moira Peden and Barbara King.
the majority of goodies were sold and the Institute were delighted to make 104 to go towards the Institute funds.