Sunday, 21 September 2014

Let them eat cake...

...and they did!  

Thanks to all our lovely members who baked and sold cakes at both Phoenix Gardens and Open House in September, and to those who came and bought cakes and jams, and chatted to us. We've got one more cake stall to go, on 4th October near Covent Garden - see you there!



Thursday, 21 August 2014

20th August - Morris Dancing

On 20th August we had a fun packed evening of Morris dancing!  Full blog will follow, but for now here's your first (and possibly last!) glimpse of the LWEWI Morris side in action...

video

Sunday, 17 August 2014

Phoenix Gardens Agricultural Show

AG FAIR SEP 14 A3 
On Saturday 6th September we'll be back in Phoenix Gardens with our cake stall - if members can help out, please do let us know. And everyone else, do drop by for cake and to say hello. It's always a great day, so fingers crossed for sunshine!

Next Meeting, Wednesday 20 August : Morris Dancing

This Wednesday, Tish Collins will be giving us a brief talk on the origins of Morris dancing and the 4 main styles. Then the real fun will begin, when we all get to take part in a Cotswold style stick dance, and maybe a handkerchief one too if there's time.  She'll bring her partner Mick, who plays the melodeon (squeeze box), so we have some music to really get into the spirit of it!




As well as being a member of LWEWI, Tish has been dancing with the Dacre Morris, a women's side based in Lewisham (http://dacremorris.smallcogs.com/) for 17 years and for the last 3 years she's been in Three Spires Morris, a women's North West clog side based in Lichfield (http://threespiresmorris.com/)

Mick has been dancing for over 30 years, originally with the Earls of Essex, and is Squire of the Blackheath Morris Men.

Saturday, 12 July 2014

Next Meeting, Wednesday 16 July : British Feminist Art, 1970-1978

A quick reminder our next meeting is almost upon us. 

WHO’S HOLDING THE BABY?
THE HACKNEY FLASHERS 

This month's talk will be by Dr Hazel Frizell.  Her presentation is based on her doctoral thesis of 2009 entitled “Representations of Specific Concerns of the Women’s Liberation Movement in British Feminist Art 1970 – 1978.”
More information on our "This Month" page, here