WI Enterprises Ltd (WIE)

WI Enterprises Limited is the trading arm of the National Federation of Women's Institutes (NFWI). The company was formed to raise funds for the NFWI to help finance its aims and objectives. The company is expected to generate a considerable profit each year through its various commercial activities.

As a limited company, WIE has its own Board of Directors, comprising members of the NFWI Board of Trustees (including the NFWI Chair and Treasurer) and external advisers. To learn about how WIE raises revenue on behalf of the NFWI please click here

WI Life magazine

WI Life magazine is especially for WI members and delivered directly to their doors eight times a year. The magazine features articles and news stories showcasing the diversity and wide-ranging interests of WI members from all walks of life.

Do you have a story or some news you'd like to share from your federation or WI? We'd love to hear from you. Please tel: 020 7731 5777 ext 217 or see below to contact the WI Life editorial team. Click here to view our deadlines and delivery dates for the year ahead.

WI Life is a member of the Independent Press Standards Organisation. We follow IPSO's regulations and the Editor's Code of Practice. Requests for corrections should be clearly marked 'Corrections' and sent to or The Editor, WI Life, 104 New King's Road, London SW6 4LY. Find the Code of Practice at or T: 0300 123 2220.

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Look inside...

Click on the images below for a selection of recent WI Life features.

  • Grayson flavour
  • Knickers model's own
  • Bryony Gordon
  • In the Pink
  • Stella career
  • Family favourites
  • Melinda Gates
  • Doctors
  • Fresh as a daisy
  • Raising the roof
  • Jambusters are go!
  • Robert Winston
  • Anne-Marie Proud
  • Margaret Hodge
  • Ella Woodward
  • Jenny Wisson
  • A taste of Morocco
  • Helen Browning
  • Heather Ritchie
  • Kris Hallenga
  • Vintage cakes
  • Jean Martyn
  • Adam Henson
  • Potted meats
  • Alison Townley
  • Rob Ryan
  • Golden Treasures
  • Pam Towse
  • Rebecca Stephens
  • Offally good comfort food
  • Jemma Doyle
  • Baroness Newlove
  • Fruits of summer
  • Julie York
  • Helen Boaden
  • Asparagus tips
  • Melissa Andrews
  • Sandra Horley
  • No mint sauce required
  • Rosie Bannister
  • Ruth Jones
  • A bite to eat
  • Claire Groom
  • Mary Berry
  • Winter warmers