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CWL is a worldwide organisation, united in friendship and love where members use and develop their talents in projects for the world, the nation, the diocese and the parish.

2nd April 2024

CWL External Speaker - Dr Jim Down - Tuesday 9th April 2024 at 3pm

Risky Business

We are delighted to welcome author and medical practitioner Jim Down who will be speaking in the hall at 3pm on 9 April.

He will be accompanied by his Dad and we would like to extend an invitation to the parish to join us.

Refreshments will be served and there will be an opportunity to donate to the charity of Jim's choice.

Your friends at CWL look forward to your presence.

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10th February 2023

Catholic Women’s League (CWL) - Lenten Lunches

The CWL will be providing the Lenten Lunches in St Joseph's Parish Hall starting on Friday 24th February.


The lunches will follow the Stations of the Cross after 10am


If you are willing to step forward and sponsor the soup each time, please contact June Rust on 781958.

Catholic Women's League

The Catholic Women’s League, founded in 1906 by Margaret Fletcher is an international organisation with 5 million members. We are a registered charity.

The objectives of the C.W.L. are to promote and support (under the guidance of the Hierarchy) charitable works at parish, diocesan, national and international levels and to ensure Catholic representation of those interests on major bodies. St. Margaret Clitherow is the patron saint of the League.

Internationally, the C.W.L. is a founder member of the World Union of Catholic Women's Organisations (WUCWO) which brings together 36 million women of all nations who work for the advancement of women and supports Human Rights worldwide. WUCWO has consultative status at the Vatican and is an N.G.O. at the United Nations.

Our meetings are held in St Joseph’s Parish Hall on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 2pm New Members are always welcome.


For details, please contact our Secretary, Mrs June Rust, telephone 01305 781958

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