With spring about to begin, lets have a look back on the last of the winter season fun the WIs had. Click the link to read this months issue of the Middlesex News.
Back with a bang with the first copy of the Middlesex News in 2024! Let hope it’s going to be an exciting one. Click to see all the fun the WIs have been up to over the Christmas break.
This is the last copy of the Middlesex News for the year. It has got litter picking, baking business owners and 99th birthday celebrations, plus so much more. Click the link to get an insight to what the WIs get up too.
This months newsletter is filled with activities that remind us autumn is finally here, crisp morning walks, Halloween crafts and poppies. Make sure you have a read!
As most of you are aware, I’ve been editing the MFWI newsletter for over four years, having taken on the role in April 2019. This edition is my fiftieth edition (yes, 50!), and marks a handover to our Federation Secretary Georgina Glynn (George), who will be taking over newsletter production. As we make this transition, I’ll be here to give a helping hand as the process is bedded in, but from this issue on, George is in charge!
Both George and I have access to the Newsletter email account and there is no change to how you will submit information, or to deadlines. To make George’s life easier, please try to keep your submissions to 150 words, and send photos at their original size, as separate attachments wherever possible. I’m sure you’ll welcome George to this role and we both thank you for your patience as she gets to grips with the newsletter.
Whilst the workload of the newsletter is not something I will miss (my friends are frankly sick of hearing, “Sorry, I have a newsletter to finish!”), I have very much enjoyed the interaction I have with all of you, and I do feel I’ve got to know so many members, many of whom I’ve still not met in person. It continues to be a wonderful way to keep up with the goings-on in the Federation. Thank you all for your ongoing support of our Federation and the newsletter in particular.
George already has some fresh new ideas for future newsletters and I certainly look forward to seeing them!
Very warm wishes
Group meetings, river dips and croquet competitions are only a few of the exciting activities the WIs have been getting up to this month.
Click the link to have a look.
Our newsletter for September is a jam-packed round-up of what’s been happening in the Federation over the summer. Garden parties, flashmobs, croquet: we have it all!
Bright and early with the summery July newsletter!
Here’s a link to download the PDF from the Middlesex Federation website—please share with family and friends and help spread the WI word:
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Another month and another fun-filled June Newsletter.
Here’s a link to download the PDF from the Middlesex Federation website—please share with family and friends and help spread the WI word!
Here we are with a bright and cheery Middlesex News for May: spring is here, the King has been crowned and hopefully its not raining where you are!
It’s May Newsletter time: here’s a link to see what we’ve been up to in the last month—do take look!
Remember you can see an archive of our old newsletters here: have a delve if you’re a new member and see what we got up in years past. Middlesex news archive
We are going to try to add to this with older issues over the coming year, too.