Our friends and community

Friends of Blue Belles WI

We are proudly twinned with Grendon WI, Warwickshire Federation

Grendon WI’s bunting as part of a Warwickshire Federation’s festive decorations
Grendon WI members celebrating Remembrance Day 2014
Grendon WI’s Keep Fit Club

Links to our friends’ websites: 

Arty Farty Tea Party
Bread On a Bike
Breckland Orchard
C&BLE – Cambs & Beds Lindyhop Experience
Cambridge Kung Fu
Cambridge Rollerbillies
The Cambridge Singing Club
Choice Landscapes
Country Markets
Encompass Network
Free Cakes for Kids Cambridge
Friends of Cherry Hinton Hall
Fudge Kitchen
Lina & Tom – Wedding Photographers
Model Type Face
Modish Shoes
Om Bars
Orb Bakery
The Prior’s Flour
Rad Wagon
Rock Abundance Food Swapping Project
Roseland Mews Studio
Rowan Trust
Tea Pigs
Transition Cambridge
Women’s Resource Centre Cambridge
Warman & Sterne Photographers
Zippy Nomad

Our Community

BBC 4 Woman’s Hour
Stop taxing periods
Walk for Women

Adopting the S Wards at Addenbrooke’s Hospital

The Cambridge Blue Belles have provided homemade crafts and comforts for those receiving services on Addenbrooke’s S Wards. The S wards are for those suffering from Eating Disorders and Substance Misuse. Blue Belles WI is committed to helping service users feel the love from our meetings and friendships – one handmade craft at a time.

Our members support the Cambridge City Food Bank, which collects non-perishable food for distribution to local people in crisis.

Winter Comfort Toiletries Amnesty

Blue Belles are proud supporters of this initiative to gather toiletries from the community that may otherwise be thrown away and donate them to those who need it via homeless charity, Winter Comfort.

Cambunting Tour de France

Following an appeal from Cambridge cyclist, Rad Wagon, for knitters to unite to knit 3,000 miniature Tour jerseys to decorate the streets of our city when we host the Le Grand Depart of the Tour De France on July 7th, we are proud to say that we took up our needles to support this yarn bombing extravaganza!

Knitting the three iconic jersey colours (white, green and the much sought after yellow!), we joined forces with Rad Wagon to help yarn bomb the city and show the world Cambridge at its most colourful and creative! We were extremely proud to be involved in this community driven venture – especially as any bunting which had been left over after Le Tour was bought in exchange for donations to local charities!

White jersey for best young rider, green is for best sprinter, and yellow for the general leader
The finished result!

For more info, do visit Rad Wagon’s website to get the full low down!