Etching Hill Women's Institute


The National Federation of Women's Institiutes

The NFWI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.

The WI is the largest women's organisation in the country and WI members take part in local programs that may include sport, drama, education, cooking and community projects; in addition to campaigning on matters of local, national and international importance including human trafficking, the environment, children's diets, and supporting local shops.

The WI is as relevant today as it was when it was launched in 1915. And it's just as radical. The WI is here to enable women like you to 'make a difference' - to the life you lead, to the community you're a part of and to the world you live in.
We can help you to expand your horizons and make new friends, take up new interests, learn new crafts and develop new skills.We offer all kinds of opportunities to all kinds of women.

The WI is a diverse and multifaceted organisation. Its concerns range from climate change to cooking, from crafts to commmunity projects, from healthy eating to fairtrade fortnights, from traditional values to new friendships.

"We can help you to expand your horizons - to learn, develop and pass on new skills.

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