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Lambley WI welcomes King Charles III to the throne in style

The Lambley bus stop has been transformed to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III

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It was only last month that the Lambley bus stop was transformed by Lambley Women’s Institute (WI) to celebrate Easter and the amazing Lambley WI have been busy again.

The ladies at Lambley WI have excelled themselves once again in transforming the bus stop to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III.

Regular readers will know that Lambley WI are responsible for decorating the village bus shelter for major events throughout the seasons and this has generated quite a following across the borough. 

Pictured: Lambley Coronation bus stop transformation (PHOTO: Courtesy of Lambley WI)

Alison Moss, Secretary, Lambley WI told Gedling Eye that they enjoy decorating the village bus shelter and seeing and hearing the reactions of the villagers, bus passengers and drivers.

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Pictured: Lambley Coronation bus stop transformation (PHOTO: Courtesy of Lambley WI)

You don’t have to live in Lambley village to be a member of Lambley WI and most of the members actually don’t.  Everyone is really welcome.

Pictured: Lambley Coronation bus stop transformation (PHOTO: Courtesy of Lambley WI)

Previous examples of their transformations include a Christmas theme, VE celebrations, Easter, Remembrance Day and the WI’s 70th birthday celebrations.

Pictured: Lambley Easter bus stop transformation (Courtesy of Lambley WI)

Next month (June) Lambley WI take part in the Wildlife Trusts 30 days wild throughout the month and post a photo each day on their Twitter account @LambleyWI      

Pictured: Festive Lambley bus stop at Christmas (Courtesy of Lambley WI)
Pictured: Lambley Bus stop celebrates 75th anniversary of VE day (Courtesy of Lambley WI)

Meetings are held on the second Monday of the month at 7.30 at Lambley village hall, unless it’s a bank holiday when meetings are moved back a week.

The WI has a speaker at many of their meetings, covering a wide variety of topics from gin making to guide dog puppy walking and everything in between, this is as well as craft or games nights, outings, and theatre visits.

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Pictured: Lambley Remembrance Day bus stop (Courtesy of Lambley WI)

New members and visitors are always welcome to come along and make new friends.

Further information can be found on the Lambley WI facebook page (including many more bus stop transformations pictures) or by emailing Michelle on nightingale633@gmail.com

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