9th November 2021: Some snaps from our meeting 7th March 2020: First Responders Vehicle Launch Carol Forshaw and Jennifer Woolridge representing Albric W.I. at the launch of the First Responders new vehicle. 24th October 2019: Origins...

Coffee Morning 2017

Charity Coffee Morning Our annual charity coffee morning on 13th May was held in aid of the chancel windows in St Mary Magdalene Church in Albrighton. Due to the loaded tables of cakes and preserves, tombola and jigsaws plus a delightful "Name the...

November 2021

The November meeting turned out to be very busy and interesting. Several visitors and new faces came to join in and see what we are all about. Paula Pierce the environmental officer from WI county office in Shrewsbury came along to tell us about her WI...

About Us

Albric is the medieval name of our village Albrighton.  It was chosen as the name of our Institute when it was formed in 1967.  We meet in our village community centre The Red House on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm except August.

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Albric WI is all about
Learning and creating
Being useful and enjoying life
Reacting to local, national and international
Issues which are important to us
Caring for our members and the community

Take a look at our website for examples of our ethos of friendship, fun, education, entertainment and caring for each other and our community.

We give freely and generously of our time, creating respect for our Institute in the community and creating personal satisfaction for the members.
Whilst  respecting the past, we strive to embrace the future using the wonderful technology and communication methods available to us.  We will continue to attract women of all ages to our organisation and continue to use and develop our successful template in the future.

Subscriptions for 2022/23 will £44.00 which includes a monthly newsletter and 8 issues of WI Life magazine.
Visitors are allowed 3 visits.  COME AND TRY US FOR THREE POUNDS!

With approximately 210,000 informed and active members, the WI is widely recognised as a powerful force for positive change. Since the first mandate was passed in 1918, the WI has been campaigning and raising awareness on issues of local, national and international concern. The WI has campaigned on important issues such as equal pay, the decline in rural services, the plight of the honeybee, and also international concerns such as global warming and the trafficking of women and children. These issues reveal WI members’ concern for social and environmental justice, combined with their willingness to take action to achieve it.

Albric WI is an enthusiastic group of like minded women of all ages who enjoy the fun and friendship of others in a mutually supportive and caring environment. We are part of the Shropshire Federation of Women’s Institutes (SFWI) as well as the National Federation of Women’s Institutes (NFWI).