WI conclude their Jubilee duties

Towcester Evening WI performed its last Diamond Jubilee duty this week. Members provided tea and cakes at a party for senior citizens held at Leeson Court (Towcester) on Monday afternoon. The party was organised by the Rotary Club and Age Concern and brought 110 seniors from all over Towcester and the surrounding villages for an enjoyable afternoon with a magician and community singing. The cakes were piled high but not a crumb was left!
Towcester Evening WI performed its last Diamond Jubilee duty this week. Members provided tea and cakes at a party for senior citizens held at Leeson Court (Towcester) on Monday afternoon. The party was organised by the Rotary Club and Age Concern and brought 110 seniors from all over Towcester and the surrounding villages for an enjoyable afternoon with a magician and community singing. The cakes were piled high but not a crumb was left!

Towcester Evening WI performed its last Diamond Jubilee duty this week after they helped put on an afternoon of tea and cakes for over 100 senior citizens at a shelter housing scheme.

On Monday the Rotary Club and Age Concern and the WI brought together 110 seniors from all over Towcester and the surrounding villages for an afternoon with a magician and community singing.

Towcester Evening WI performed its last Diamond Jubilee duty this week. Members provided tea and cakes at a party for senior citizens held at Leeson Court (Towcester) on Monday afternoon. The party was organised by the Rotary Club and Age Concern and brought 110 seniors from all over Towcester and the surrounding villages for an enjoyable afternoon with a magician and community singing. The cakes were piled high but not a crumb was left!

Towcester Evening WI performed its last Diamond Jubilee duty this week. Members provided tea and cakes at a party for senior citizens held at Leeson Court (Towcester) on Monday afternoon. The party was organised by the Rotary Club and Age Concern and brought 110 seniors from all over Towcester and the surrounding villages for an enjoyable afternoon with a magician and community singing. The cakes were piled high but not a crumb was left!

WI spokesman Sue Hamilton said: “The cakes were piled high but not a crumb was left!”

Rotarian and party compare Conrad Dower said there were senior citizens from all over Towcester and from up to eight villages. He said : “There are an awful lot of people who have become recluse through no fault of their own as carers, or infirm. This was a way of making sure they were including in the Jubilee.”

More readers pictures from the Jubilee on pages 12 and 13.