November meeting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

looking forward to our fun quiz night next month

 

In the meantime we have some additional jam, chutney and preserve making workshops throughout November, along with a couple of additional craft meetings where we will be creating items to sell  at the De Beauvoir Christmas fair.  If you would like to join us for any of these do email in at the usual addre

 

 

 

 

 

 

Strictly Line Dancing

We had a great meeting in November when  local line dance teacher Joan Thomas led us in a series of line dancing sequences and  our very own Joan who celebrates her 90th birthday later this month showed us exactly why line dancing I a great way of keeping in shape when she demonstrated the charleston for us and it was 10’s all round from our members.

If anyone is interested in doing some more line dancing Joan Thomas runs a class at Mildmay Community Centre on a Thursday 2pm – 4pm among others, you can contact her on the following email mrsjoanthomas@gmail.com

 

 

Dates for your diary

October 23rd is our book group meeting at Bavo on Southgate Road. We are currently reading Jagua Nana by Cyprion Edwensi,  full details on the relevant page of the website if you would like to join us

November 19th is our next Knit & Natter venue to be decided – email us at the usual address if you want to come along, or if you want learn to knit, we have some expert knitters on hand to help with any and all knitting related questions

and get researching as our final meeting of the year in December is a fun packed and challenging Quiz Night plus mince pies and mulled wine

 

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Osteopathy

Osteopathy for Heath

We enjoyed a highly informative meeting in June when Sundip Balraj Singh-Aujla, a registered osteopath joined us to talk about women’s health, the importance of correct posture and how to maintain a healthy pain free posture. We learnt about the importance of sleep, nutrition and movement in maintaining a healthy body and healthy bones, along with the benefits of making exercise like yoga and Pilates an integral part of our lives to help us maintain pelvic and spinal stability.  And we also leant how osteopathy can help in health maintenance and injury prevention. Thank you Sundip for a enlightening evening.

It was also a big voting month.  At the NFWI AGM in Cardiff in early June the 2019 resolution Mental Health Matters was passed with a 98% YES vote from members.  There will be a fuller report from the day posted on our campaigns page over the next couple of weeks.

We also voted on what we might do with our surplus from our fundraising activities last year, buttons were placed in jars and the tally was equally split between Bloody Good Period, the Freedom Club and financing a craft meeting for members.

Next months dates for your diary
July 7th is our big fund raiser for the year, Party In The Park, taking place in De Beauvoir Square between 2 and 5pm. We are running the Tea & Cake stall for the fourth year running and are looking for people to help with baking and also for help on the day. It’s a fun afternoon for all the family. Get in touch if you are willing to bake and/or help at the usual address.

10th June Processions March in Central London where we will be taking our banner on another trip out to celebrate 100 Years of some women getting the vote.

Plus on 30th June we are having a Girls Day Out with a trip to Bletchley Park.

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