On Friday 26th May we had the pleasure of listening to the talented Lucy Roper, who entertained the community that dropped in for a drink at Jubilee Village Hall Creeting St Mary.
Creeting St Mary celebrated the coronation of King Charles III in style with a barn dance, a field fayre and a big clean-up of the village and churchyard.
On Wednesday May 10th the Creeting St Mary women’s institutes speaker was Margo Harrison and Linus, the topic “Hearing Dogs for the deaf”.
The Creeting St Mary Women’s Institute would like to thank everyone who supported their cake stall and purchased tickets for the coronation hamper prize draw, we hope you all enjoyed the sweet treats, thank you to all the Creeting St Mary women’s institute members who donated the cakes, and the members who set up and manned the stall, there where a wide variety of treats on offer and many of the community who purchased came back for seconds!
The last Soup lunch is currently programmed in just over a week’s time.
The Creeting St Mary Women’s Institute celebrated their 76 Birthday on Wednesday 12 April at Jubilee Hall All Saints Road Creeting St Mary, with around Twenty members of the WI in attendance, we also had the pleasure of hosting two of the WI trustees Tina Hurley and new trustee Jenny Wrightman, The Queen B Catering Co provided afternoon tea for the group, which was totally awesome, so thank you Abigail every one enjoyed the treats!
We invite you to join us for an organ recital concert on Saturday 13th May At St Marys Church All Saints Road, Creeting St Mary, Ipswich, with Ian Galbraith entitled ‘Film, folk and fun’.
On Wednesday March 8th the Creeting St Mary women’s institutes speaker was Hattie Bennett, the topic “my life in music”
Indigo are holding a fund raising event on Friday 24th March at the Village Hall for Marie Curie.
Creeting St Mary Social Club held an excellent Pancake Lunch on Shrove Tuesday.