Where
We meet on the first Thursday of the month at  the Vestry Hall, 10a Wiseton Road, London SW17 7EE (up the alley by the Charles Baker Place new houses). Usually it's the second Thursday in January, we have no official August meeting but aim to have a social instead. We start at 7.15pm with time for chat and notices, meetings end about 9.15.

We have outings as well as monthly meetings, a gardening group and a 'meet and eat' group which happen separately and are less formal. The WI is non-sectarian and non-party political.  Its basic aim is to promote women's health and education on social, cultural and public matters that matter to us and our families. A very broad brief which each branch can interpret to suit its members.

WI Campaigns
The WI has a long and successful history of campaigning on things that are important to women - such as equal pay and the right to stay with children in hospital.
WI campaigns begin with members who feel passionately about a particular issue and so ordinary members play a big part in the process.
From equal pay to climate change, from gaps in the midwifery workforce to the plight of the honey bee, WI members have embraced a diverse set of challenges and built a reputation as a practical and ambitious organisation that doesn't shy away from tricky issues.

WI Membership
As a WI member, you'll enjoy a varied programme of activities, speakers and trips. All members can contribute ideas for the annual schedule, so the options are only limited by your imagination! Members have access to courses held locally and residential courses at the WI's own country house, Denmans.   Each WI holds 11 meetings every year

Membership for 2020 will be £43 for the year. This amount decreases each quarter for late joiners.

Guests are welcome to come along to "try before you buy" at £5 a visit.

See our full 2019 programme

At our next meeting, 9 January 2020, Julia Jane Heckles returns to talk to us about the life and work of post-Impressionist painter George Seurat.  She has a clear and engaging way of teaching

A really friendly group. Very happy to be a member of Wandsworth Common WI.Anon,
Wine tasting with Carla is always a fun evening and very informative.Anon,
The talk on English cheeses was very interesting and light-hearted. Thoroughly enjoyed the evening.AmandaPresident, WCWI