A bit of a rainy afternoon? Let’s go Kurling. Some members of the Trefoil Guild joined Creekside WI members for some friendly competition, tea, coffee, biscuits and chat. Well done the Reds! Thanks to Jenny for organising a lovely afternoon.
Creekside members returned to Puckpool for another round of Crazy Golf. The weather was perfect i.e. no wind and golfers were champing at the bit. Food was ordered, teams were formed and we were off. Balls flew over the bridge, round the tyre and through the brick tunnel. Congratulations to Jenny Gaches for her hole in one! Complex planning was needed to negotiate bends, rocks, the rough and osteospermum. The powerful drive of our more experienced golfer resulted in the ball leaping the wall with a difficult return. Congratulations to Cheryl Howel for completing the course in 37 strokes. Now, off to the clubhouse (cafe) for another delicious meal. Thanks for making it such fun!
Creekside and Rookley WI’s enjoyed another evening of raucous laughter and friendly competition again this week. Jenny Gaches and team produced yet another delicious meal i.e. three flavours of tasty quiche with salad and new potatoes followed by crispy apple crumble and custard or ice cream.
Once the tables were removed and chairs pushed back the ladies got down to the really important part of the evening. There was plenty of cheers, clapping advice and encouragement as well as groans. Congratulations to the red team.
Thanks for coming ladies, it was another super evening. Come again soon.
Our very best wishes go to the lovely lady who had a fall. We hope you have a very speedy recovery.
Report By : C Downie
Entertaining is a bit like juggling…..it has its ups and downs! This week Creekside WI welcomed Berkswell WI to a ‘Goodbye’ coffee break before they returned to the mainland driven by Lewis. Despite late scones lost keys, a quiet organ and an unsettling electric issue we had a lovely time making new friends while enjoying toasted tea cakes, a selection of scones and plenty of tea and coffee.
We ended with ‘Jerusalem‘; clever Lewis downloaded the words on his phone and joined in! Just before they left, when rallying the troops for a photo, the president informed us that nowadays when having a photo taken, you don’t say ‘cheese’ you say ‘sex’. 😱 Thanks to the toasters, tea and coffee makers and the emergency electricians who all made the morning go with a swing. Bon Voyage!
Here we go again! This month it was Appley WI who joined us for another hilarious evening of excellent cottage pie followed by crumble topped with ice cream or custard. ‘Thank you Jenny and Team’.
Instructions were expertly given by Dorothy Maskell, then the competition began. Poised, calm WI ladies were transformed into competitive tigresses, cheering loudly when stones landed on the bull. Don’t think that your feet are safe as a spectator; one or two stones ended up under the chairs. Well done Christine for barging the blue stone off the mat and landing right on the bull’s eye.
Thanks to everyone who came and made it such a fun filled evening.
Wow what a gorgeous table! The red and white theme in flags, table clothes, serviettes and icing set the scene for the fabulous selection of sandwiches, cakes and trifles that delighted the eye. Members chatted while they were served with tea and coffee, helping themselves from laden cake stands and plates. How much do you know about famous people called George? We know quite a bit. Our Choir and members sang some very English songs including ‘Land of Hope and Glory’ keeping time with waving flags. Thanks to everyone who cooked, laid the table and attended, contributions to another lovely afternoon.
Report by C Downie
We met on a sunny afternoon at Ann Pearson’s home, thank you Ann for your hospitality and for the tea/coffee and Tea Bread, it was delicious.
The challenge this month was ‘something macrame’. Ann Parker, Kimberly, and Mary Stocker rose to the challenge, under the watchful, very amateur, eye of Cheryl H, filling in for Cheryl D who had to miss the meeting. The biggest challenge was measuring the length of string required but once that skill was mastered they were away doing box knots and overhand knots and all produced a very usable hanging jar.
Sue M shared her skills showing Claire how to work with parchment, we were all very interested and might all try it in the future. Others continued with the knitting challenges. So always lots going on.
It was a very enjoyable afternoon with lots achieved and lots of chat fun and laughter.
A lovely warmer day today, perfect for Tea and Chat. Plenty of scones, tea, and coffee with fruit cake and conversation. Topics covered ranged from disappearing chests to booking an early funeral with a bit of stripping thrown in. What a laugh!
What a lively evening we had at Creekside’s Kurling Evening in Wootton Methodist Church Hall. Tables decorated with fresh spring flowers thanks to committee members, delicious food, thanks to Jenny Gaches and her minions, and lovely company. Members from East Cowes and Headon Hill and Wootton were all out to win! This was one of the noisiest sessions with cheers, groans and plenty of laughter throughout the whole evening. Well done Hazel for her Coup de Gras for the blue team who let out the winning whoooooooop! demonstrating a Mexican Wave. What a great evening we all had. Thanks to the members of the WI’s who came and made it such a memorable evening, come again soon!
Report by C Downie
Mama Mia! Here we go again enjoying a very happy evening at Creekside WI’ s Sing-a-long-a-Mama Mia. The Name of the Game was chatting, watching, singing and even a bit of Dancing Queen at the back of the room. Luckily the ice creams were not Slipping Through My Fingers or anybody else’s. Voulez Vous come again? When All Is Said and Done, YES WE WOULD! All we can say is Thank you For The Music and what Super Troupers our members and committee are.