Inner Wheel District 6 Association of Inner Wheel Clubs in Great Britain and Ireland
Inner Wheel District 6Association of Inner Wheel Clubsin Great Britain and Ireland

Edgbaston Convention News and Events                   

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Edgbaston Convention November 2018 Entre[...]
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Latest News and Events

Members have been busy with the Batsford Arboretum visit followed by a Pot Luck lunch where people bring different dishes - without any discussion on who brings what! Pictured are ladies of the Inner Wheel Club of Edgbaston Convention with the District 1st Vice Chairman Claire enjoying a delicious Lunch and a glass of wine.

Some of our members attended and thoroughly enjoyed the Association Conference in Bournemouth in March, although the heavy snow on the day we were all travelling there caused many problems.  However, the interesting speakers, entertainment and fun made it all worth-while.  

When District Chairman Pamela visited in April, we were fascinated to hear about her background in the theatre.  We were also able to donate a few old watches to be sold, repaired or used for spare parts, with the proceeds going to one of her charities.


May and June have been very sociable months.  We attended the popular District 6 International Service Rally for an update on the current charity Bees Abroad, and hear about the project for next year, the Chinthowa Development Trust in Malawi.

On a beautiful sunny day, eight of us met for coffee at Coughton Court in Warwickshire where the gardens were looking  stunning, rounding off the visit with lunch. 


Then the next day some of us enjoyed  taking part in the District 6 Bowls Competition, although this year no-one was successful in getting to the final, but it was a fun day.


We rounded off our social calendar with a joint meeting with Halesowen Inner Wheel members when we enjoyed a delicious afternoon tea and one another's company.

The last event of the year was on Saturday 9 June when Rotary held their annual Dragon Boat Event on Edgbaston Reservoir.  Not only is this a good team building exercise for those taking part, but it is a great fun day for families and friends. 


This year 17 teams participated and were encouraged to wear fancy dress - one of the Chinese teams imaginatively wore costumes to represent the Chinese astrological years.  The winners of the race, All Fired Up, were local firemen. 

 Inner Wheel did what we do best, and we had a stall selling home-made cakes, fresh fruit and water, and made a good profit for charity.

President Gay has had a very successful year, with interesting speakers and 

social occasions, and we look forward to our new President Diane continuing to lead our small but happy group of members.  Diane and her committee have another great year planned for us to enjoy.



If you would like to join us you can be assured of a very warm welcome.






Did you know...... it only takes 10 to 12 women to form a Club - and then YOU could help change the World! Go to the Membership Page for more information.

Don't forget to check the What's New page for the latest updates!

District Chairman Jill has selected Hearing Dogs for the Deaf as her Charity for the year.

The District 6 International Charity is the Chinthowa Trust.

The National President, Ann Acaster, has chosen Jessie's Fund (Music helping Children) for her charity.

The International President, Christine Kirby, has chosen 'Empower and Evolve' as her theme.

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