Meetings

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.

January 2021
Fabric Artistry

Dr Aruna Mene is a fabric artist creating beautiful, exotic and uplifting fabric collages from fabric waste and recycled textiles.

February 2021
Women in Stained Glass History

Jacqui Fowler studies glass design and researches the impact that women had on stained glass in the 20th century.

March 2021
Cycling from Melbourne to UK

Katherine Liver returned home from a 16,000 mile bicycle ride across 24 countries!

April 2021
Domestic Violence Support

Emmeline’s Pantry is a charity run by women for women in need, ensuring they are provided with the best possible support.

May 2021
Modern Slavery and Resolutions

Fabiola Bayavuge is an anti-slavery community worker for AFRUCA, a Modern Slavery charity in Manchester.

June 2021
Garden Design

Jacquie Felix-Mitchell designs gardens of all sizes throughout Devon and the South West.

July 2021
Garden Party

Depending on COVID regulations we hope to have a gathering for all Bee Moor WI members and their families.

August 2021
Summer break, no meeting.

September 2021
Chocolate Making

If we are able to meet in person again, Cocoa Nut Grove will join us for an exciting Chocolate making session.

October 2021
Writing comedy for the dungeons

Sharon Lancaster writes comedy scripts for the UK’s dungeon attractions to entertain and educate their visitors.

November 2021
Annual General Meeting

A chance to look back on this year and look forward to the new.

December 2021
Christmas Social & Murder Mystery

Drinking, dancing and general festive silliness with your Bee Moor W.I. sisters!


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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.