Christmas Celebration!


The WFWI Christmas Celebration which took place last week (7 December 2020) was a huge success! All who joined were able to start their holiday season by getting in the Christmas spirit.


We were joined by WI women from all over Wiltshire including the following taken from the Zoom virtual chat:

- Hello from foggy Atworth

- Near Chippenham

- Hello from a freezing foggy Winterslow

- Very foggy here in Salisbury

- Weather in Monkton Farleigh is not even worth talking about!

- Hi from Amesbury Evening WI

- Hi to everyone Winterslow and Firsdown WI

- Hello hello everyone from West Amesbury

- Hi everyone. Hardenhuish WI

- Good afternoon Hilperton WI

- Greetings from Ellendune WI in Wroughton

- Federation office!

- Hello Everyone - Greetings from Steeple Ashton. Have a good one!

- Hi, happy Christmas everyone from Atworth xx

- Hello all from Atworth WI

- Merry Christmas! xx Pewsham WI

- Hello from Penarth Peer WI, Vale of Glamorgan xx

- Season’s greetings from Tytherton WI

- Hello from Chiseldon WI

- Great to join in. KSM WI

- Thank you ladies for a lovely afternoon. Merry Christmas to all. Somerford

- Merry Christmas everyone from Across the Plain WI xxx

- Merry Christmas from Minety WI

- Tidworth WI : Happy Christmas everyone. Nice to see so many joining in. Thank you

- Monkton Farleigh : thank you to you all, what a lovely Christmas Celebration! Happy Christmas everyone!


Thank you to all who celebrated with the WFWI that day and contributed to the event. It was a fun afternoon of readings, music, and caroling. There were pictures from Christmases gone by and a global Christmas tour.


Usually the federation would have a special service to celebrate the season but in true WI fashion, the WI women of Wiltshire found ways to get things done, even in the most unusual of times. If you were unable to join the celebration . . . the Board of Trustees wishes you a Happy Christmas!


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