Comberbach WI was formed in 1950 to provide varied activities for  women in the village and surrounding area.We currently have a membership of 67 and visitors and new members are always welcome.

We are a large lively group of women and our activities include: monthly walking group, craft sessions, drama & choir, day trips throughout the year plus regular theatre trips.

One highlight of the year is our 'Fun Bowls Day' and lunch. Featured belowe is our President, Lindsay Entwistle, congratulating runner-up Shelly Farley and next to her is the 2017 over all winner Doreen Kennerley.

 Rambling Group



Members of the monthly

rambling group who explore the Cheshire countryside and sample the delicacies and delights of the local Hostelries. They meet the last Wednesday in the month everyone welcome to join them.


Centenary Tree Planting

Nov 2018










On a cold and damp November day and the day after the Nation celebrated the Centenary of women gaining the vote, some members congregated to plant an Amelanchier tree to celebrate the centenary of the formation of C.F.W.I. 

The Federation Chairman, Jean Harding, and the Chairman of Comberbach Parish Council,John Ryder, officiated. The preparation and digging of the hole was done by Tony Rowe, Rosie's husband and his certainly was the hardest job.
















The ceremoney was followed by a lite lunch of soup, sandwiches and delicious deserts all made by committee members.


Village Fête. 2018


WI cake stall at the village fête. superb selection of cakes for sale and our President,The Queen of Hearts, along with committe members, setting it up. The WI won Best Dressed Stall.



At our March meeting we will be awarding an educational bursary of £250.00 to one lucky member. The bursary can be used to purchase any educational course which will give the member an opportunity to learn a new skill or enhance and extend an already mastered one.

The only proviso is that the member gives a short talk or demonstration at one of our meetings once the course has been attended. 

The bursary can be used to pay for courses at local venues or at ones further afield, the more notable being our own Denman College. Rosie Rowe was the last recipient of the bursary and she chose to attend a course on 'European Style Flower Arranging' at Denman. The course ran over a weekend and although by herself, she was made very welcome and enjoyed good company as well as excellent facilities, comfortable accommodation and well prepared and tasty food. What more could you want? Rosie made three unusual and complicated arrangements as well as a button hole which she brought to the next meeting  to show the members. 


 V.R. Group Burns Night Supper.

On Friday 25th of January twenty members of Comberbach W.I. joined other members of V.R. Group for a fantastic Burns Night Celebration.

Our members got into the mood and sported various forms of Scottish traditional dress.

Scottish dancing and indoor Kurling along with a traditional Burns Supper all helped to make this an unforgettable evening.



Cheshire Show 2018


The show had been very enjoyable and quite successful given that not as many of our members had entered items as in the past years.The theme this year was 'Land, Sea,Sky and beautifull displays, interpriting the title, adorned the marquee.

Members of our WI exhibited at the show gaining several awards.

The combined entries from our WI in crafts and cookery both gained Highly Commended cards. Janine Hampton gained a 3rd in photography and Miriam Manners Highly Commended .

 Congratulations to all taking part.

 2018 Christmas 



On Friday the 4th Dec 40 0f our members enjoyed a very festive Christmas meal at Winnington Recreational Club. 

The room was   beautifully decorated for the festive season and the food was deliciouse and of a very high standard.

Everyone enjoyed themselves, there was lots of chatter and laughing and everyone commented that they would like to return on another occasion. 





Come And Join Us


If you would like to know more about Comberbach W.I.and are interested in becoming a member or would like to come as a visitor to see what we do: We meet in Comberbach Memorial Hall on the 

1st Monday of the month except on Bank Holidays when we meet on the 2nd Monday. 

If you require further information please refer to our contact page.

Comberbach Memorial Hall

Marbury Road

CW9 6AU.

Dissabled access and parking