Nantwich WI (Dabber Dames)

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Nantwich WI (Dabber Dames)
St Marys Parish Hall, Nantwich
A community-based organisation for women

The Women’s Institute (WI) 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.

We are a new, young, exciting, fun W.I group. We meet on the 2nd Thursday of every month from 7.30pm

Barony Park Bowling Club
Barony Park, Barony Road, Nantwich
Local bowling club

New members always welcome. Bowling club for socialising and league games

Nantwich Womens Darts League
Various locations around Nantwich
Local darts league

We are a group of ladies that play darts in and around the Nantwich area. At present our league has a total of 5 teams, but we always welcome new players and teams.

Nantwich Bridge Club
Wybunbury Village Hall, Wybunbury, Nantwich
Bridge Club

A friendly group, meeting both to play bridge and socialise

http://www.bridgewebs.com/nantwich
01270 842854
Writers Group
Nantwich Library, Beam Street, Nantwich
Creative writing group

Writers are helped to create and discuss work for competitions and publishing, and can meet other writers who share their interest. Refreshments available. Free to join.

01270 375 361
Itea and Chat
Nantwich Library, Beam Street, Nantwich
Information IT drop in session

Do you want to get more out of your tablet, smartphone or laptop? Bring it along to Nantwich Library’s friendly informal drop-in session to get some advice from staff and the library’s IT volunteer. The event is free and there is no need to book, just drop in. Refreshments are available.

01270 375 361
IT Buddy
Nantwich Library, Beam Street, Nantwich
Word processing and internet access for beginners

For those who have little or no experience of using computers. Whether its learning basic computer skills to building your confidence in using email and online services.

01270 375 361
Learn My Way Computer Course
Nantwich Library, Beam Street, Nantwich
A computer course for complete beginners

Learn how to use the internet. Free courses on using a computer, browsing the web, sending an email and finding work online.

01270 375 361
Soroptimist International
Hunters Lodge Hotel, Sydney Road, Crewe
can make friends with like-minded women, have fun and work on projects that help improve the lives of women and girls locally, nationally and internationally

A thriving club of around 40 members. We have a core strength of long term members showing their commitment and support for Soroptimist International together with an exciting influx of new members who have been attracted to the club by the interesting and varied projects and activities that the Club is involved in.

We firmly believe that we have much to offer any woman who wishes to join an organisation which focuses on women’s issues, that supports local, national and international projects and that raises funds to help other women.

The club meets twice a month. The business meeting is on the second Tuesday at 7.30pm and concerns the running of the club whereby whole group activities are planned. These are supported by smaller Action Groups that concentrate on each area of Soroptimist work and allow in depth projects to be realised.

We love to be inventive and we encourage our members to select an area that they are enthusiastic about.

The second meeting on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 7.15pm is an informal dinner. We invite speakers to attend these dinners to widen our experience and provide the opportunity to discuss topics that we may not have previously considered.

We also have a fun-packed programme of social events when husbands, partners and friends join us; these are occasions when the Soroptimist message to Educate, Empower & Enable women and girls is realised in a more light-hearted way.

All Welcome – just contact us and you will receive a warm invitation to our next meeting.

01270 569 551
Nantwich Probus Club
Masonic Hall, Wybunbury Road, Willaston
A club for retired men from professional and business backgrounds

Probus is an organization founded in 1965 in association with Rotary International. It is intended for retired and semi – retired people from professional and business backgrounds made up by independent clubs. Each club is autonomous with its own arrangements for meetings and other activities.

Its aim is to provide opportunities for retired people to widen their circle of friends and activities.

http://www.nantwichprobus.co.uk/
07944 341 960