Our March meeting tackles mindfulness, meditation, and how to break up with your phone.
Happy February book clubbers! We are trying something a little different this month with two book options for you. ‘Home fire’ by Kamila Shamsie, a story of tragedy and love through Persia, London and America. Looks wonderful! Our second book is ‘I found you’ by Lisa Jewell....What would you do if you found a man on the beach with no memories?
Come along even if you haven’t read the books, our conversations go from books to politics to feminism to local interest/events. We would love to see some of our new Angels there.
This month we will be tasting wines that would accompany a delicous valentines dinner as well as your requests of wines you want to try. Drop me an email if you'd like me to bring something along that you have seen, would like to pair with what you are cooking or want to explore.
This event is ticket only and is now SOLD OUT
The theme will be "Christmas nibbles" Do you have a favourite/go to recipe, ideal for the festive season? Then bring your plate of food, a few copies of your recipe, or link to the web. BYO drinks. I'll provide the napkins, glasses and a warm welcome.
Angels, please visit the event page on HALO for location details.
We’re kicking off the silly season with a festive knees up at The Royal Wells. Featuring a disco, not-so-secret santa and no doubt a whole bunch of bubbles! Bring your dancing shoes and a ‘what-goes-on-at-the-christmas-party-stays-at-the-christmas-party’ attitude...
Our annual Carol Singing at the Station will take place on Friday 8 December. Please meet at Louise Daniel's house (Angels see the Facebook event for details) at 6:00PM to get songbooks and some vocal lubrication before we head down to the station to sing our hearts out and raise money for the Tunbridge Wells Shelter!
Louise has assured us that she has super official permission to carol at the station this year so we won't get kicked out again. Joy to the world!
It's time again for our annual winter crafting! Previous meetings have seen us make Christmas cards, paper decorations, wine glass charms and colourful pom poms, and this year is sure to be just as good!
Six of our very own Angels will be running their stalls, teaching us a creative craft for the festive season.
There will be some drinks available on the night, but we encourage you to BYOB and mince pies for a jolly old time!
Gender equality. What does it mean? When will we get there? How do we measure it? When the topic is raised in the media, women are so often the focus of the change, but what does greater parity of the sexes mean for the men in our lives?
Jordan Jones is a speaker with Great Men UK, an organisation that works with boys and young men around the country to challenge gender stereotypes and teach them about equality. He'll be speaking to us about gender, feminism, masculinity, and how men fit into the whole shebang.
How much should we be saving? What should we do with all these pensions? How do we make a budget? How do we stick to said budget?? We have so many questions.
Luckily we have two experts joining us on Monday evening to help us tackle our financial fears, empower us with #FinancialFacts, and inspire us to get our finances in order... Finally!
And who knows, maybe we'll find that personal finance can actually be– dare we say?– fun!
It's the second annual Wells Angels WI Pot-Luck Picnic!*
How better to celebrate summer than by hanging out with your girl gang in a local park. Don't worry though, this is a step up from what you did when you were 16 and a bottle of White Lightning was the height of sophistication.
Bring something to sit on, something delicious to share, something to eat with, and prepare for a beautiful* evening of candle-lit fun.
* We can't guarantee that the heavens won't open so, if that's the case, we'll be picnicing in the hall.
**Please note that this is not an official WI meeting. As a WI, we only host 11 meetings a year and because we know that August is busy for many of our members, we choose to keep our annual Wells Angels Pot-Luck Picnic as a fun bonus instead of an official meeting. As such, we don't take attendance or do any official WI business.