Can't Cook?

Don’t worry, many of us can’t either.
But we are the WI, and we all learn together!

Can't Sew?

Don’t worry, many of us can’t either.
But we are the WI, and we all learn together!

Can't Knit?

Don’t worry, many of us can’t either.
But we are the WI, and we all learn together!

Can't Sing?

Don’t worry, many of us can’t either.
But we are the WI, and we all learn together!

Welcome to the Warwickshire Federation of Women’s Institutes

The WI is a democratic, social and educational charity that provides numerous opportunities to make new friends, learn a variety of new skills and to develop skills you already have!

Warwickshire Federation consists of 108 individual WIs, each meeting at least once a month, and providing speakers and workshops on a variety of topics. There is something for everyone, no matter what your interest including crafts, outings, poetry or drama.

If you’re new to Warwickshire or the WI, please take a look at Find your Nearest WI for contact details and meeting dates.

We are part of the largest women’s organisation in Great Britain, and we are non-political and non-sectarian. Our members include women of all ages, backgrounds and interests. Warwickshire Federation has WIs in towns and villages throughout the county. Each local WI meets monthly and has a wide programme of events.

Latest WI News from the Warwickshire Federation.



Thanks to Anne Rolfe Studley Daytime WI Lockdown in New Zealand I started off in November on a trip round the world and was fortunate enough to arrive in New Zealand before the Covid 19 pandemic kicked off. I was due to fly home at the end of March but flights were...

Happy 100th Birthday to Whitnash WI !

Happy 100th Birthday to Whitnash WI !

CENTENARY THOUGHTS FROM WHITNASH WI A report dated the 10th June 1920 stated that a preliminary meeting was held at Whitnash on the 27th May to form a branch of the Federation of Women’s Institute. Evidently there was a good attendance and a President, Secretary and...

Dear Friends (Newsletter No 11)

Dear Friends (Newsletter No 11)

Dear Friends, As the Lockdown begins to ease, I do hope that this newsletter finds you well. We have received some very interesting news this week from NFWI and Christine Dyer ( Chair of our Public Affairs Sub- Committee) and I thought that you would be really...

EXTRA: Please read the Chair’s Blog

Upcoming Events

Sep 03

Free online Adviser Surgery

September 3 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Sep 07

Oxford Walking Tour

September 7 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sep 09

IPad Workshop 9th Sep

September 9 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Sep 09

Instagram Workshop

September 9 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Sep 12

Drama Workshop

September 12 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Sep 18

Archery – new closing date 25th June

September 18 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Latest From Twitter

2 days ago
Wonderful to hear @SocialLitesWI Treasurer Lou featured on the @BBCWomansHour series today on women who make a difference in their communities!

You can hear Lou talk about her work with a local food bank via the link below from 33:19.
BBC Woman's Hour @BBCWomansHour
Louise Kershaw is a Trouper – a woman who gets stuff done. Hear her story 📻 👉
2 days ago
Members of Cannock WI in Staffordshire Federation have been keeping creative and industrious during lockdown!

They've been sewing PPE items for NHS staff and knitting hearts for patients and their families who can't be together.

Here is a snapshot of their lockdown activities.
2 days ago
Our latest blog highlights anti-racism resources including UK-based organisations we can engage with and books and podcasts that we can learn from. Please share these essential resources widely.

Read more here:


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Warwickshire WIs
Warwickshire WIs is feeling hungry.22 hours ago
SATURDAY NIGHT SUPPER IDEA …. (from our lovely cook book Kitchen WIsdom)