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We are proud to be a village WI.  The late Queen was a WI member.  She attended meetings at West Newton, near her Sandringham Estate, and before her the Queen Mother, and before her, Queen Mary.  We move with the times and like to try new things.  If anyone is new to the village, or maybe has been here some time and would like to join us do think about it, we are a very friendly bunch, and get out and about, and do various things.  Our newest members say we are welcoming, and have stayed!!
For any further information please contact either Julia Love (President) on 01264 749 967 or Jan Walker (Secretary) 01264 356 286.

Keep up to date with what we have been up to on the News & Events page. 

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In December our Meeting will be held a week earlier than usual on the 13th when we will have mince pies and mulled wine along with some Christmas fun and games.


We will not be having a Meeting in January, instead we will be gathering at The Abbotts Mitre in Chilbolton on Tuesday 17th for our Christmas Lunch.

Finally, we are planning a theatre trip for next March to see The Mousetrap at The Mayflower in Southampton.

We wish all our Members a healthy and happy Christmas with plenty to look forward to in the New Year.






Coffee mornings are held the first Thursday of the month in member's houses.

Contact Julia Love (President) 01264 749 967 for details.


The Walking Group meets once a month for an organised walk starting from the Village Club at 10 or 10.30. This is usually the 3rd Friday of the month.


There are two popular Book Club groups which meet once a month in member's houses, the Village Club, or the Royal Oak. Contact Julia Love for details. 01264 749 967



Held on the last Monday of the month at noon in the Royal Oak.


We hope to restart the successful Theatre Visits in the near future.


Goodworth Clatford WI Chat Book is a unique volume. Over the years nearly every member has written a few lines about themselves which have been gathered together into one volume, often with a photograph. As our centenary is fast approaching this is a very important record of us and our village history.

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