Wayland Women in Business is a networking group for ladies from all walks of life, whether running their own businesses, employed, seeking to find employment or retired. Our aim is to promote the importance of networking and making contacts in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. There is no membership fee. We hold quarterly meetings with a guest speaker and a hot lunch and it has become a great social event.


Christmas lunch 2021

By Debbie Harris | December 10, 2021

After a covid enforced break, ladies took the opportunity meet up for an informal Christmas Lunch at Broom Hall, which was enjoyed by all.  It was a good opportunity to meet up with familiar faces and welcome some new ladies to the group and discuss how businesses have reacted to the last 18-20 months and…

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Summer afternoon tea

By Debbie Harris | August 1, 2021

Lovely to be back with our first event since December 2019! A wonderful afternoon tea at the fabulous College Farm in Thompson. Katharine Wolstenholme did us proud with a sumptuous spread of food! The weather was perfect and it was so nice to reconnect after so many months!

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Christmas lunch 2019

By Debbie Harris | December 10, 2019

We welcomed Kyla Sorensen as our guest speaker to our lunch. Kyla has been curate at St Mary’s Watton for over two years and throughout her life has walked an interesting path. Her varied life – from a young age studying and later working around the world and living in a multi cultural home, Kyla…

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Autumn lunch report

By Debbie Harris | October 14, 2019

It was a beautiful sunny autumn day when we welcomed Jessica Glover from the Benjamin Foundation as our guest speaker into the recently refurbished Swallowtails restaurant at Broom Hall. The Benjamin Foundation is celebrating its 25th anniversary. It reaches out to provide young people with the support and help they need and which may not…

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Jan Godfrey, MBE

By Debbie Harris | August 9, 2019

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…

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Summer afternoon tea

By Debbie Harris | July 1, 2019

Once again our summer meeting was held at College farm where we were treated to a lovely afternoon tea baked by Katharine Wolstenholme. Sadly the sun didn’t shine for us this year but the panelled dining room was a lovely place for us to meet and chat!

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