Crowland WI’s 30th birthday party reflected the spirit of the group – a mix of traditional and modern.
The 34 WI members celebrated with a 60s party, to which some of them wore outfits they either still had in the wardrobe or were able to put together quite easily.
Meanwhile the cake spoke of some of the more traditional WI pursuits, with decoration inspired by knitting, sewing, jam making and other handicrafts.
The group held their celebrations in the Royal British Legion hall, in the year that the WI nationally is celebrating its centenary.
President Janet Tysoe said: “We have a party every year, but we though it was a bit special this year.
“We had the Tweedy Sisters, three ladies who sing, as entertainment and the girls got up and did a bit of dancing.”
The members, who range from committee member Jordan Boom who is 18, to women in their early 90s, made a buffet and invited members from Eye and Thorney institutes to join the fun, making it a lively party for around 60 people.