MEMBERS of Tarvin WI marked their 90th birthday with an evening of friendship and enjoyment.
A very warm welcome was extended to guests, members and visitors, one of whom is the Cheshire federation chairman, Frances Woollam, who is also one of the members.
Scrapbooks and other memorabilia were on display plus a poster of the many events occurring in 1923, when it was formed.
Four brave members, in costumes made by another member, danced the Charleston (which had made its first appearance in 1923 in the show Running Wild). They brought the house down particularly when they got their actions the wrong way round.
Then president, Elizabeth Brereton, cut the cake and members raised a toast to the past, present and future members of Tarvin WI.
More entertainment then followed given by 12 ladies from Little Stanney WI. The quirky humour of their selection of poems, sketches and songs produced much laughter and was greatly appreciated.
And to round off a splendid evening everyone was presented with a pot of daffodils to enjoy at home, then plant out in the garden to remind them of a very special occasion.