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It's exciting to be saying: "We're not going to do that, we're going to do cocktail nights."'We're definitely going to be a funky WI.' Ruth Bond, of the National Federation of Women' s Institutes, said: 'A successful WI will thrive on the diversity of its members.' Miss Hackett added: 'People live very busy lives: they work, they go to the gym.
With the WI you can turn up and not come for three months and nobody will tell you off.
Across the country, sport shooting is more popular than ever with a record 34.4 million people participating, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
People are buying more rifle gear too, even as sales of other sporting goods decrease.
Introduced only as 'John', the male escort and part-time tennis coach was very popular with the WI, traditionally associated with jam-making and inviting more sedate types such as missionaries to address its members.
Nanny Joanna Hackett, 29, from the Fulham branch, said of the gigolo: ' He approached us and we thought we would grab him with open arms, no pun intended.
There are now around 25 in the capital with groups in boroughs as diverse as Islington and Haringey, and last week students at King's College established the city's second campus branch.
" and some emotional, like, "What happens if you really like the person - or if you really don't?
" 'It was an extraordinarily well-attended meeting.
Just because she’s attracted to both men and women doesn’t mean she’s a light switch.
Just because she’s dating you doesn’t mean she’s suddenly “switched” her sexual orientation.