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By paulasyred, Nov 1 2017 10:38AM
Once again it was a meeting full of laughter as the members of Wisbech Trefoil Guild attended a Kurling session at the Hundson leisure centre in Wisbech. After the meeing lunch was enjoyed in The Red Lion.
By paulasyred, Nov 1 2017 09:27AM
Members of the Guild joined 3rd Wisbech Rangers for a session on personal safety and self defence. The evening was organised in conjunction with the Samuri Shotokan Karate school and covered home safety, journey planning and the environment as well as some basic defence moves. I think we all became more aware of ways to protect ourselfs during the evening.
By paulasyred, Sep 30 2017 02:08PM
Members of Wisbech Trefoil Guild are supporting Suffolk County Council’s Visual Impairment Team by producing resources for blind and visually impaired children.
These resources are important in making their learning more accessible, and not only supports their learning but aids in learning life skills, enabling them to be more independent.
The staff at local Wisbech shop Button Up and Stitch have been very helpful with the choice of materials for the sensory books, and the Trefoil Guild members appreciate this help.
By paulasyred, Sep 21 2017 08:00AM
Members of the Wisbech Trefoil Guild members were treated to a session of handbell ringing at their September meeting.
Hand Bell ringing
By paulasyred, May 12 2016 12:00PM
Membersof Wisbech Trefoil Guild held a singing social evening on Wednesday 11th May at the Robert Hall Centre Wisbech. The evening was attended by Girlguiding leaders from Wisbech and March as well as members of the Soham and Long Sutton Trefoil Guilds. We sang some familiar songs and some that were new to us including This Guiding Light, Mules, Clementine and English Country Garden. The music was lead by Amy Dyson Mucis Adviser for Girlguiding Cambridgeshire East and refreshments were provided by members of the Wisbech Guild