If you think it might suit you, come along to one of our meetings and see what we do.  

We meet on the second Wednesday of each month from 2pm to 4pm

in Jubilee House, High Street, Madeley (TF7 5AH)

where we have a varied programme of activites (described below)




10 January 2018

"Westhope College" with Iishkar Catherine Everwood –


14 February 2018

“Jess the Goth fairy and other stories”  by  Jess Hiles & Jo

14 March 2018

The work of the WEA by Sheila Bregeon

28 March 2018

Birthday celebration (members only)

11 April 2018

“Awareness of Bees” with Alison Wakeman

9 May 2018

“Tales and Taradiddles” with Sally Tonge

13 June 2018

Report on National WI AGM

11 July 2018

"Bags for Homeless Ladies" with Linda Devey

8 August 2018

Outing to Shrewsbury

12 September 2018

"Herbal medicine”

10 October 2018

"Jigsaws and favourite recipes"

14 November 2018

Annual General Meeting

12 December 2018

Christmas Lunch  (members only)


Visitors are welcome. Please contact Dawn (01952 582 029) for further information.





We are continuing with our project to record the memories of some of our members, past and present. and we have a number of booklets which record these.


1); "Recitations, Observations and Other Variations" by Betty May Higginson. This is a collection of poems written by Betty throughout her long life.  PUBLISHED To order a copy, please click here to order online from LULU.


2): "Anglo-German Exchange Visits" by Joan Bowdler & Ruth Plink. In all a total of four exchange visits were arranged and this booklet describes them. PUBLISHED. To order a copy, please click here to order online from LULU.


3): "The Evolution of Coalbrookdale Village" by Jean Roberts and others. This includes memories of many of our past members and describes the development of "the dale" throughout the first half of the tweentieth century. 


Other books are planned and will be advertised as they become available. The books are A5 softbacks and cost £5 plus postage. They may be bought at our meetings, ordered online from Amazon or LULU, and there are a few copies on sale at the Regional Office in Shrewsbury.


Webpage maintained by the webmaster (Sue Laflin) and last updated in November 2018.