do we have the makings of a Detective Agency in our WI? If our performance last Thursday was anything to go by, perhaps not. 5 of us attended a Murder Mystery Evening organised by Fladbury & Moor WI; an entertaining play performed by a group from WFWI provided the scene for the murder following which we enjoyed a fish & chip supper whilst we tried to work out who did it and why. We questioned the suspects and eventually came to the decision that it was a joint enterprise and named our 2 suspects murdering for money. Alas, we were wrong; it was only one murderer (neither of the 2 we thought) who killed for jealousy. Notwithstanding our failings as detectives, we had a great fun night.
WFWI had organised an Archery & Rifle Taster Day as part of the NFWI sports initiative. So last Thursday, Cynthia, Alex, Jo, Sarah, Sass and I went to the March Hare Activity Centre and enjoyed a full morning of shooting rifles and bows; fortunately not at each other but at proper designated targets. We all did rather well at hitting the targets and Jo did extremely well at the rifle shooting coming third in the group. This was followed with a barbeque style lunch which was much appreciated.
We had a great night at our Fashion Show. We welcomed visitors from WIs of Fladbury & Moor, Cropthorne and Pershore as well as visitors from the village. The Show was an opportunity for our models to show the new Autumn/Winter Collection for Blue of Pershore; on what must have been one of the warmest nights of the summer, they did very well to show the clothes off to their best! I am sure they were quite relieved when it came to modelling the sale items from the summer collection.
Commentary from Cynthia, our President, helped the evening flow with panache.
Having started the evening with a glass of wine and nibbles, we finished in traditional WI fashion with a cup of tea and a biscuit but not before running a little business by the members.
Here are our models making the fashion look good.