OUR NEXT EVENT - CHRISTMAS LUNCH
BROOM HALL HOTEL
THURSDAY 5TH DECEMBER
Our Christmas lunch will be held at Broom Hall Hotel, and is entitled “Paris - Sydney – Watton”
We will welcome Kyla Sørensen who is currently the curate at St. Mary’s Parish Church Watton but has lived in the town for two years now. She has led a varied life - from a young age studying and later working around the world, and living in a multi cultural home. She will recount some of her more interesting stories and reflections (some funny, some not so much) on her journey towards ordination in the church.
Helen Hornagold of Made in Norfolk will again be exhibiting her range of candles, creams and soaps.
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
For our Summer Lunch, we were very pleased to welcome along Kate Barmby as our guest speaker to our very well supported lunch. Kate is a farmer’s daughter who is married with two daughters. Kate developed a love of baking practically as soon as she could stand up and was frequently baking at home from…Read More
For our Spring lunch, not only did we welcome the sunshine, but Lois Gill, the creative director of Blossom and Yarn. What started with an idea for a flower festival, was grown after seeing a knitted Christmas tree at another event. The idea of Blossom and Yarn was created so knitters of the village of…Read More
At our Christmas lunch, we enjoyed Davina Tanner OBE’s talk about Café Britannia in Norwich. The Café, which offers fresh cooked food, is a social enterprise set up in 2014 by Davina, on a shoestring budget including her own personal savings. Alongside civilians, the Café employs inmates of HMP Norwich, Bure and Wayland providing rehabilitation…Read More