Inner Wheel was founded in Manchester, England in 1924.
The objects of this service organisation are:
Clubs meet regularly and have a full and varied programme through which friendships are built and maintained. Visiting other clubs and joining in their activities broadens the opportunity to make new friends.
Inner Wheel clubs have an outstanding record of service to the community. Initially members provided goods, quite often homemade, to the poor of their communities. The ethos spread rapidly through the country and then abroad.
Inner Wheel has adapted to the needs of the country as society has changed. Some members still knit and clubs collect tons of useful goods for the needy but much is now sent abroad. In this country members support refuge centres for abused women, hostels for the dispossessed, child centres and drop-in centres, school breakfast clubs and much more.
All this is carried out in the spirit of friendship.
more Charity Fundraiser with Fun and Fellowship
more Inner Wheel Club would like to invite Rotary Members and guests to join them on Wednesday 27th June at 10 a.m.. I hour tour and tasting at a cost of £10 per head. Coffee and Sandwiches are available afterwards.
more Charity Quiz and Nibbles at the Ransdale Hotel Monday 8th January 7.30 pm
more Fellowship and Fund Raising at home of Pat & John Beales
more Fun quiz
more A fund raising event held at the Expanse Hotel.
more Fund raiser at the home of Maureen & Keith Ross
more Several children from Chernobyl, scene of the worst Nuclear Accident ever, visited Bridlington Inner Wheel
more President Maureen hands over to her successor Pat Cowton
more Fund Raiser at the home of President Maureen
more A fund raising event held at the home of Jean Franks for overseas charities such as Water Aid, Jamaa Homes, Smile Train, and Jacobs Well.
more Expanse Hotel
more Expanse Hotel