With 797 institutes it is one of the principal educational organisations for women in Scotland. Being a member allows women of all ages the opportunity to learn new skills, participate in a wide range of activities and enjoy the friendship of others. Events are organised at local, federation and national level and there is something for everyone to enjoy.
A number of short videos highlighting some of the entries in SWRI Handcrafts & Housewives Conference 11 and 12 September 2013 Elgin are available to view on the SWRI YouTube channel.
More short videos will be available shortly.
Worship the sun or toast the rain Ė a tea party or a garden party is a great way to celebrate the summer.
Get your friends, family and neighbours involved and have fun while raising vital funds for Parkinsonís UK.
One person in every 500 has Parkinsonís. Thatís about 127,000 people in the UK. Itís only with your help that we can continue to improve life for everybody affected by Parkinsonís.
Organising your party couldnít be easier, we have all the tools you need to get you started and weíre there to support you along the way.Party for Parkinsonís: More Information
SWRI have teamed up with Hamlyns of Scotland who are looking for your favourite recipes to feature in a new leaflet that will be published next year. A small photograph of each winner will feature alongside their recipe.
More information is available here:Hamlyns SWRI Leaflet