We meet on the third Thursday of each month, from 7.30pm. From September 2021 we’ll be back at Templemoor Infant School, M33 2EG.
This is where you can find information about our upcoming meetings in 2021.
Shannon Rivers, an awesome mum and inclusivity & diversity consultant from Norwich, will join us to speak on the importance of Intersectional Feminism.
Sam Rhodes joins us to speak on Menopause; the symptoms, the stages and treatments.
5th Birthday Party
It is five years since Bee Moor WI began, we’ll be celebrating in true Bee Moor style!
Discover the secret language of flowers with Julie Smalley.
Changing the law
A change to what was previously planned: we’ll host Julia Cooper this month. Julia will speak on how she successfully campaigned to change the law after she was photographed by a stranger whilst feeding her baby in a park.
We’ll be joined by local food bank charity, Emmeline’s Pantry to find out all about their work supporting local women in need.
Josephine Gosling will be with us to speak on amazing walks from famous literature.
For the second year in a row we will have a gathering for all Bee Moor WI members and their friends.
Summer break, no meeting.
Cocoa Nut Grove will join us for an exciting Chocolate making session.
Supporting women with ADHD / ASD
A change to what was previously planned: we’ll host Dr Bella Makdessi this month. Dr Madessi will speak on her work with women with Autism and Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder.
We’ll have a crafting session fit for our favourite autumn festival.
Annual General Meeting
A chance to look back on this year and look forward to the new.
Drinking, dancing and general festive silliness with your Bee Moor W.I. sisters!
Parking: We would encourage people to walk or car share where possible. There is no on-site car parking. However there is unrestricted car parking on the nearby streets with car parks located in Sale Moor Village (James Street & Warrener Street car parks).
The school is located at the bottom of Nursery Close which is a very small cul-de-sac. Please do not attempt to park on this street. We really like our venue and want to keep it. It allows us to bring wine (many other venues do not)! Parking on this street causes congestion problems, blocks access to the school for emergency vehicles and upsets the neighbours.
For those with access difficulties please contact us directly. We can arrange for you to have parking at the school.
Refreshments: Tea, coffee and sweet treats will be provided. If you want to enjoy a glass of wine please feel free to bring your own.