OUR NEXT EVENT - AUTUMN LUNCH
BROOM HALL HOTEL
WEDNESDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER
Our Speaker: Jessica Glover from The Benjamin Foundation
The Benjamin Foundation brings hope, opportunity, stability and independence to children, young people and families experiencing challenges in Norfolk and Suffolk.
They deliver a range of services to support local people, including working to prevent youth homelessness, helping families to build stronger relationships, offering emotional wellbeing support and providing positive activities for young people with limited opportunities in life.
Advance tickets only, £17.95 plus.70p online booking fee
Bookings will close at 12 noon on Monday 16th September.
Jan Godfrey, MBE Sadly, our lovely Jan Godfrey MBE passed away in July. Jan was chair of The Wayland Partnership and worked tirelessly to improve the Wayland area, and quality of lives of those living in the town of Watton and surrounding villages. WWIB was initially formed by The Wayland Partnership and now continues to…Read More
We started of the festive season in good cheer with plenty of atmosphere at Broom Hall. We welcomed our guest speaker, Kathy Webb from Palm & Sole in the Norwich Lanes, who creates, develops and blends aromatherapy products. She also holds workshops and experience events which celebrate how unique each person is. Kathy has spent…Read More
On a beautiful Autumn day we returned to Broom Hall Country Hotel for our lunch, where we welcome Candi Robertson along as our guest speaker. Candi is the face and passion behind Candi’s chutneys, a business she started 7 years ago having been a professional chef for over 20 years Candi started making chutney for…Read More
The team at Wayland Women in business have all been very busy of late so we have several events to up date you all on! Sophie Jewry – May lunch 2018 In May we welcomed Sophie along to our lunch. Sophie is also known as the Queen of Brand and the Princess of Planners, due…Read More
On 21st November the Wayland Women in Business committee visited the Watton Memory Cafe to present a cheques for £548.00 raised at our fashion show in September. Eileen Kittell, a volunteer for the memory cafe, said: “There is a real need for this lifeline in the Wayland area. It is brilliant that Wayland Women…Read More
Thanks to everyone who came and supported our fashion show last week – the models, those who donated raffle prizes and to Artichoke Sarah for such a brilliant presentation of her fabulous outfits. More soon about the money we raised for the Wayland Memory Cafe!Read More