Wednesday, 13 March 2019


Thirty members and  guests enjoyed a wonderful evening on Wednesday 13th March to celebrate the centenary of Casterton WI.

Olive Clarke (Hon President),  Karen Hanks (Chairman) and Margaret Hodgins (Vice Chairman) of Cumbria-Westmorland Federation were extremely welcome.

We were also delighted to welcome back three Past Presidents who are no longer members.

After a delicious meal, we were entertained by the Amble Singers who are an excellent a cappella group of ladies from Ambleside.

Honoured guests and presidents

Thursday, 13 December 2018

Trip to London

Gill and Jane enjoyed a long weekend in London.

We had a wonderful coach ride to see the sights, 'did' the Tour of London and had an excellent tour round the Houses of Parliament at a very significant moment in the Brexit negotiations.

Wednesday, 12 December 2018

Carol Service 2018

A number of members enjoyed the Carol Service in Kendal Parish Church

Wednesday, 21 November 2018

Tea at Knight's Table, Little Stainforth

On Wednesday 21st November, 18 members enjoyed the ride to Settle and a delicious Afternoon Tea at the Knight's Table.

Monday, 29 October 2018

WI QUIZ 2018

Anne, Jane, Julie and Gill went to Sedbergh on Moonday 29th October to compete in the Pub Quiz.

A good time was had by all and we were delighted to be joint second. If only we had known more about daytime TV......

The evening was rounded off with lovely sandwiches and chips.

Sunday, 10 December 2017

Carol Service in Kendal

Four members of Casterton WI enjoyed the Carol Service in Kendal Parish Church on Friday 8th December

Thursday, 30 November 2017

Railway Children

On Wednesday 29th November, Gill, Kay and Jane went to Endmoor Village Hall to hear David Maidment talk about the charity, Railway Children, which he founded twenty years ago to help street children in India, the UK and East Africa.

His talk was moving and highlighted the dangers the children face and what his charity has been able to do to improve matters.

The website says:
Every year thousands of children across the UK, India and East Africa run away or are forced to leave homes that have become unbearable through poverty, abuse, violence and neglect.
Reaching a child as soon as possible is crucial to getting to children on the streets before an abuser can, and before they become entrenched in street life. We race to get to children before the streets get to them.