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  • You can apply for as many talks as you like 
  • For the time being these will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
  • Once we have your payment we will confirm your place, then send you a link with instructions on how to join the talk (subject to meeting minimum numbers)
  • You can pay either by cash, cheque or BACS, prices vary between £3-£4 for each Zoom
  • Apply by downloadable form (February Zoom Talks)
  • Apply by downloadable form (March Zoom Talks)
  • or Telephone: 01603 624580
  • or Email Helen at admin@norfolkwi.org.uk

February

DateTimeTopicSubjectCost

Tue 23rd

7 pm

Nature

Saffron Summers - When birds sing

Experience and learn the wonders of birdsong from a musician’s perspective.

A wonderful journey of Birdsong and music for wellbeing.

£3
DateTimeTopicSubjectCost
Wed
3rd
3 pmTour Guide

Chrissie Le Marchant –

In search of Poldark and Doc Martin’

Grab yourself a cuppa and then without out too much cliff top galloping, skinny dipping in the chilly Atlantic or having to operate a drone, join  Chrissie  for a tour (with lots of stories) of the glorious locations which feature in popular TV series.

£3
Thu
11th
7 pmTravel

Georgina Nicholas-Jago – Budapest

This talk is about the visit to Budapest in 2011 by a small group of women.

The day trips they took, the sights, the history and the fun they had with interesting historical facts about the city, which includes some video imageries

£3
Mon
15th
2.30 pmFood

Jane Napper -

Choc-fantastic Easter Eggs

Jane is member of a Kent WI I enjoy demonstrating chocolate work to my local WI's but with Zoom I'm really enjoying meeting ladies from all over the country!

I will be demonstrating how to temper chocolate and make swirled salted caramel chocolates and also an Easter egg.

£3
Tue
23rd
7 pmHistory

Letter Box Talk – Paul Snelling

Paul is the Information Officer for the Letter Box Study Group. A former Royal Mail employee he became interested when employed to look after 600 boxes in West Sussex. Probably his most notable exploit was whilst being interviewed for television he demonstrated to the presenter how to cuddle a pillar box to determine its type He will take us through the history and various types of letter box the 50 plus all of the manufacturers or all 880 plus variations.

£3
Tue
30th
3 pmGardening

Ben Cross – British Flowers Rock

Ben is a 4th generation grower at Crosslands Flower Nursery which was established in 1936 in West Sussex, it is one of the last flower nurseries producing cut flowers in a full colour range all year-round. Next to being a fulltime grower, Ben is an avid campaigner for British Flowers and takes any opportunity he can to spread the word that British Flowers Rock!.  Ben won the Grower Award in 2019 and he also won the Gold Sussex Environmental award in 2020

£3