The Inner Wheel. Club of Chelwood Bridge, celebrated its eight Inner Wheel Day be hosting a tea party for guest from around the Chew Valley at Pensford Village Hall
The first dayof spering, and we are shrouded in a winter wonderland,
Thank you everyone who had been so supportive of the decision by the Executive to postpone the District Meeting until c week 8th March - web we will also celebrate International Women,s Day a perfect way to celebrate all that is so special about Inner Wheel
In friendship Lynne
Wrington Vale Inner Wheel Club held their Annual Interclub on March 5th
This was great success with the District Chairman and visiting Clubs.
The evening commenced with a very commendable meal and continued with a fascinating lesson in Belly Dancing which was most entertaining
District Meeting 8th March 2018
The knitting needles have been red hot in District 20
Easter eggs included in donations to Foodbank
After donating items of food to the Trussell Trust for the last couple of years members of the Inner Wheel Club of Chelwood Bridge have continued to collect items for the Trussell Trust, with their latest offerings including Easter eggs.
This they took along to Midsomer Norton's branch of the Salvation Army, which is the collecting point for the Somer Valley Foodbank.
Members first decided to start collecting items after hearing how so many people go hungry and rely on food banks.
They decided to try and help, and had been bringing tins and packets of food to each meeting, so that they would eventually have a big enough collection of food to donate to a food bank.
Old Dogs New Trix
Having a great time in Bouremouth
Inner Wheel Club of Yeovil
Also at the meeting Margaret Cox, our ISO,showed themembers the latest blanket which she had sewn together from knitted squares and the centre of which had been crocheted by the mother of our Vice President, Barbara Gadd
Sian Neville, community fundraiser for Alzheimers, came to speak to the club about support that is being given, providing day care and home care for people with dementia, also support through befriending services to help families and partners cope with the demands of caring. Research is also a very important aspect of what is needed for the work of the charity, President Beryl was pleased to be able to present Sian with a cheque on behalf of the members.
(Picture shows Sedgemoor President Beryl Pyne with Sian Neville)
West Woodspring outing to Tyntesfield
Following a disastrous March of snow and ice, resulting in cancellation of our monthly meeting, the Ladies of West Woodspring Inner Wheel especially enjoyed April’s spring gathering. We were entertained by Weston Rotarian Vice President, Julian Mathews, who gave a gruesome but amusing account of life in the prison service. After dinner we all admired the 286 premature baby hats the club members had knitted for the Royal United Hospital Bath, these will now be dispatched to the hospital, where we hope they will be put to very good use.
Imagine how delighted the members of Bath Inner Wheel Club were when they learned that one of their members had been chosen to receive the prestigious Margarette Golding Award.
Carol Williams has worked tirelessly and quietly with Bath Samaritans to help others, for over 30 years – no mean achievement and well worthy of recognition. Across Great Britain & Ireland only 5 Margarette Golding awards have been given during this Inner Wheel year, one of whom is our very own Carol! The presentation was made during our Quiz & Quiche Evening by Member of Council, Linda Quinn. Congratulations Carol
5 members of Wells Inner Wheel joined Shepton Mallet for a very interesting visit to The Royal Mint