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Who Are We?
Holt Women's Institute was founded in 1936 and continues to meet on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 'The Venue' in Holt from 2.00 - 4.00pm.

What does the Holt WI do? Why Join?
Firstly, the Holt WI provides a meeting place for like-minded women to enjoy each other's company, learn more about the world and issues we face in everyday life, make friends and support causes.
This year our chosen charity is the First Responders who provide free medical assistance in and around Holt. We are holding a Coffee Morning, open to all, at St. Andrew's Church Room on Saturday 15th July 10 am - 12 noon.
The WI also vote nationally for a campaign resolution which is currently "Clean Rivers for People and Wildlife".
Each WI member receives a monthly WI Life magazine and full access to a huge range of online resources, courses and events.

Please scroll down the page to see photos of recent activities
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Click on this WI logo to link to the National WI site to find out more about this organisation:

Update on our recent Coffee Morning held on Saturday 15th July....... a massive £556 raised for Holt's First Responders!!! Many thanks to all.

In August we held our Annual Garden Party at a member's home - great fun, good food and a teaser of a quiz supplied by Alison!
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In July we held our coffee morning for Holt First Responders...and also enjoyed an excellent talk on the National Coastwatch by Clive Mattson of Wells.

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Our June activities included a lovely lunch at the Holt Garden Centre...

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...discussion of our next outing to Langham Glass in September.....

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...and an excellent talk by Paul Laurie of 'Bird Ventures', Chapel Yard, Holt on the birds of North Norfolk [varieties to be found in different habitats, impact of climate change, migration and feeding patterns....and how we can help!

A selection of photos from our May meeting where we discussed the 'Clean Rivers' Resolution and celebrated our new king with a special tea, themed raffle and Royalty Quiz. Twenty-nine members attended.

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