Mothers’ Union is a Christian movement that has been supporting families in the UK and worldwide for 145 years and which has grown into an international charity with over 4 million members in 84 countries. We work towards ending poverty, ending inequality
and ending injustice. Our members bring hope and practical help to millions of people through parenting, literacy and community development programmes.
We have two active Branches in the WHT, please come and join
For Westbury, contact Jean Jane on 01373 864585, and for
Dilton Marsh, contact Jocelyn Short on 01373 823870
The Westbury Mothers’ Union meets usually on the 2nd Wednesday of the month in the All Saints Parish Hall, Westbury.
The Mothers’ Union has a varied programme including talks on a wide range of topics and gets involved in a number of community events and programmes. Recently they have been involved in:
- Virtual Baby project at Matravers School
- Raised money through coffee mornings for the Mothers’ Union Fund
- Enjoyed a Quiet Day at Lea Cottage
- Collected cleaning materials and clothing for the Women’s’ Refuge
- Helped with the First Steps to Worship
New members are welcome to attend the meeting on the second Wednesday of the month in the Parish Hall at 2.30pm
For more information contact Jean Jane 01373 864585
The Dilton Marsh Mother’s Union Branch usually meet on Thursdays, in members’ homes, but during the COVID-19 virus, all members are currently treated as Indoor Members with great support from the Salisbury Diocese and the branch leader, Jocelyn Short.