Next meeting

Thursday, 14th October 2021 at 2.00 pm in the Village Hall Demonstration of sewing craft by Claire Salmon of Cherry Orchard Crafts (Denman Tutor). Visitors very welcome. Visiting WI members £3. Non-WI members £5. Refreshments included. Enquiries: Elinor 01285 851218

Poulton WI

We are a friendly, thriving group, from different backgrounds and ages, always happy to welcome new members and visitors. The Poulton WI provides an excellent place to meet other residents and become involved in village activities. Our monthly meetings, talks and social occasions are interesting and varied, opening the door to new and different opportunities and interests. We meet at on the second Thursday of every month at the village hall (unless otherwise stated) and welcome all visitors – young, old, female and male. If you have never met with the WI before, why not come along, no obligation, to find out more about us.

For more information please contact Pauline on 01285 851194 or Elinor on 01285 851218 or email

Our MONTHLY MEETINGS include interesting speakers from different and varied backgrounds and locations; some local, others from farther afield; all will introduce you to a range of topics that can inspire, entertain, challenge your thinking or even introduce you to a new hobby or activity. The Poulton WI has a great community spirit supporting village events and also enjoys getting together for fun activities and social occasions. It’s not just about our monthly meetings but we like to visit inspiring gardens, local places of interest and getting to know each other better through village social events.

Poulton WI Events for 2021

9th September – 2.00 pm at Village Hall
“Cummings and Goings” by Mark Cummings of BBC Radio Gloucestershire

14th October – 2.00 pm at Village Hall
Demonstration of Sewing and Craft by Claire Salmon of Cherry Orchard Crafts (Denman Tutor)

11th November – 2.00 pm at Village Hall
“Turn Right at Land’s End” by Chris O’Grady

9th December – 2.00 pm at Village Hall
Demonstration of a festive arrangement and making your own creation by Beth Bruce-Gardner of Fairford Flower Collective