Ladies Guild

Every Wednesday 7:30pm

Ladies Guild began life in 1964 when a group of young women set up a “Young Wives” group. The group flourished and in 1982 the named was changed to “Ladies Guild” in order to allow single and older women to join.

Ladies Guild meet at St Hilary’s church hall at 7:30 each Wednesday.


Ladies Guild seeks to provide weekly evenings entertainment to a large number of local ladies and, at the same time, offer a focus of fellowship to all denominations.  Also, it is a means of supporting a wide range of local and national charities.


Our evenings provide a very varied programme which includes talks, church services, arts & crafts, demonstrations and slide shows.  All are given by invited speakers, followed by tea, biscuits and a chat & raffle.


Other social activities such as, at least, two day trips, two visits to the ‘theatre’ and Christmas dinners are also arranged.

In December we join with other Parish Organisations in the Parish Carol Service, followed by sherry and mince pies in the church hall.
At the AGM, any surplus cash, raised through subscriptions, is donated to various charities nominated by guild members.

All are welcome to join us at our meetings.

For Further information Contact:

Branch Leader

Gwyneth Prestwood: Tel 520543


Pam Davies: Tel 208506