Sheila has it all stitched up

Newmill and Teviothead WRI president Trish Kirkpatrick presenting Sheila Purdie with the 2014 Prize Trophy from the Roberton Show for best exhibit which was a cross-stitch picture of The Horse.
Newmill and Teviothead WRI president Trish Kirkpatrick presenting Sheila Purdie with the 2014 Prize Trophy from the Roberton Show for best exhibit which was a cross-stitch picture of The Horse.

Newmill and Teviothead WRI’s October meeting was the well-attended AGM.

Speaker was Debbie Lyons, an independent consultant for Neal’s Yard Remedies, which has been established for 25 years. During a demonstration, which included a mini facial using Neal’s Yard products, she mentioned that the products were all produced and packaged in an ecologically-friendly way. After a “guess -the-fragrance” contest, Debbie gave members samples of skincare products.

Competitions – ideas for syllabus – 1, Muriel Baptie; 2, Jan Chezwyn; 3, Trish Kirkpatrick; painted nails – 1, Julia Templeman; 2, Sheila Robson; 3, Muriel Baptie.

A new committee was elected and a meeting is to be arranged later this month to decide members’ positions and the new syllabus content.

It was decided that this year’s Christmas meal – on November 4 – will be at The Mayfield. This will be the next meeting. Anyone who hasn’t already chosen their menu should contact Gil on 850633.

Pictured is president Trish Kirkpatrick presenting Sheila Purdie with the 2014 Prize Trophy from the Roberton Show for best exhibit which was a cross-stitch picture of The Horse.