Roos Women’s Institute celebrate centenary the old-fashioned way
On Saturday July 24, 22 members of Roos
Women’s Institute gathered at the home of Avril
Craw forth in Garton for afternoon tea to celebrate
their centenary in the most British way with tea and
cake, bunting, and a raffle for two hampers.
As well as being 100 years since the Woman’s
Institute started, the event also saw its members
meeting together for the first time in 18 months.
Whilst everyone had a glass of prosecco, President
Ann Adams also proposed a toast to Roos Women’s
Institute and cut the celebration cake.
Joy Moate member of the...
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