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Welcome to the Website of the West Bridgford Branch of the Embroiderers’ Guild. We are a friendly, enthusiastic and active group of over sixty members, covering a wide range of interests within stitched textiles, and warmly welcome new members and visitors.

We offer a lively and varied monthly program, Workshop classes,  Project day classes, and exhibition opportunities, We also have a Sew and So meeting open to all. Our  monthly email newsletter keeps us in touch with our activities as well as other activities in the area

If you have an interest in textile art, embroidery and stitch, do come and join us as a regular member or on an occasional basis as a visitor

Visitors are always very welcome.

Plenty of Parking on site or nearby streets. Please don't block the Vicar or anyone else in.

We meet at St Paul's Church, Boundary Road,West Bridgford, Nottingham NG2 7DB

2nd Sat 2 - 4 pm, 
2nd Thur 7 - 9 pm, alternate months
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WBEG Monthly Meeting 
September 13th Thursday  7.00pm - 9.00pm

St Paul's Church Boundary Road, West Bridgford, NG2 7DB
Visitors always very welcome.

See www.wbeg.org.uk for map and directions


Sales Table: Erica Thomson and Judith Burnett for Liz Welch
Everyone managed to find something of interest to buy when we last brought some of Liz Welch's stash in April and books in May.
Further treasures have been uncovered which we are bringing on Thursday, so please bring your purses again.
So far WBEG has sent very nearly £500 to Breast Cancer Now. Thank you all.

Lecture Meeting Dates in advance:2018-2019

2018

September 13th

October 13th

November 8th

December 8th


2019

January 10th 

February 9th

March 14th

April 13th

May 9th

June 8th

July 11th:

What's New

  • ‘Solstice’ Wet-felted Winter Landscapes Sunday Nov 18th 2018 Tutor- Jane Marrows Venue- Green’s Windmill, Sneinton, Nottingham, NG2 4QBSpend an enjoyable and creative day here in this superb location.Create magical winter landscapes, using natural and synthetic ...
    Posted by Erica Thomson
  • ‘Silk Papers’ Saturday 6th October, 2018 ‘Silk Papers’ Saturday 6th October, 2018Tutor:- Jane MarrowsSpend an enjoyable day learning silk paper-making techniques, using silk fibres and a variety of embellishments, in the beautiful setting ...
    Posted 10 Sep 2018, 00:44 by Erica Thomson
  • "Threads Through Revelation" Exhibition at Southwell Minster "Threads Through Revelation" Exhibition at Southwell Minster Threads Through Revelation-Jacqui ParkinsonTuesday 16 October to Friday 30 November 2018, in the Quire Aisles"Threads Through Revelation" is a spectacular ...
    Posted 5 Sep 2018, 23:49 by Suella Postles
  • EMREG AGM September 30, 2018 at Kegworth Invitation to our AGM to Branch members By Deborah Phillpott on Aug 29, 2018 07:44 pm   Dear Branch Member   I write to invite you to attend the Annual General ...
    Posted 29 Aug 2018, 23:20 by Suella Postles
  • Extra Kickstart Workshops: Lincoln and Derby Extra Kickstart Workshops: Several Branches are now holding their own Geology & Fossils Workshops for Kickstart this year.Lincolnshire Branch is looking for extra members to attend theirs on Saturday, 8th ...
    Posted 20 Aug 2018, 23:43 by Erica Thomson
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Sew and So Our regular informal stitching meeting, Sew and So, is open to all members.  Please see the 2018/19 Brochure for details of the meeting times, and do consider joining us.  The next Sew and So meeting will be held at St Paul's Church Hall on Saturday 13th October at 11.00 am. Do come, bring your lunch and stay for the afternoon meeting.


.The Branch AGM will be held on Saturday 13th October 2018 at 2.00pm,

Documents to be circulated beforehand by e-mail will be:

1. The AGM Agenda

2. Chairman's  Report - Kath Owen

3. Accounts / Balance Sheet - Lesley Fowell

4. Branch Activities Report - Kath Owen

Branch Exhibition A River Runs Through