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

Wylde Green News and Events

Wylde Green Inner Wheel new President Andrea Curtis ,with Chrissy Dance the outgoing President. We wish Andrea a successful year from all the members of Wylde Green Inner Wheel. 

Wylde Green Inner Wheel recently held a very successful coffee morning.  We had 14 members enjoying coffee and toasted tea cakes and a full bring and buy table plus there was a generous raffle. 


Famine Lunch for Charity on 25th March. Fourteen members had a good lunch and made substantial amount for Charity.



Chrissy Dance, President of Wylde Green Inner Wheel, presenting a cheque to a member of her charity Sense.

Ann Hawkings,Fran Bowler,Ann Powell and Sandra Lees with delicious pots of soup they made for the Famine Lunch.



Wylde Green IW Club Members celebrating Inner Wheel Day at a local restaurant

Members of Wylde Green Inner Wheel at a Garden Centre on November 7th.

We had a bring and buy and also a raffle for our President ‘s Charity.



Special birthday celebrations for a very special member , Lilian who is a Founder member of the Club.

Wylde Green recently celebrated their 25th anniversary with a splendid lunch at the Fairlawns Hotel and Spa. The event was attended by District Chairman Pauline and Rotary Governor, Peter Roberts.

Wylde Green Founder President Lillian Hopkins who is nearly 100 years young was presented with both a Margaretta Golding Award and a Paul Harris award by District Chairman Pauline and District Governor Peter at the Anniversary Lunch.

Lillian has for over 20 years raised money to help build a school in Botswana and also help Sister Agnes to fund the orphanage she runs for children with HIV and aids as well as children left by their parents. 

Wylde Green IW members enjoying an Afternoon Tea at Planters Garden Centre. They held a raffle and had a book sale for their funds. It was a super afternoon despite the hailstorm and everyone enjoyed it. 

January 2017

Club members celebrating Inner Wheel Day at the Boathouse in Sutton Coldfield. Money was raised for their charity by means of a raffle.



Wylde Green Club

celebrating 25 years of Inner Wheel

November 2016

District Chairman Pauline with two newly inducted members, Diane and Andrea

Members of the Rotary and Inner Wheel Clubs of Wylde Green witnessed Aquabox’s latest consignment heading for Haiti after the devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew. The group had travelled to Cromford in Derbyshire for a guided tour of Aquabox’s headquarters.

The charity that is run by volunteers has been working to bring water filters and emergency supplies to those affected by drought, earthquake, typhoon, floods, conflict or facing some other crisis. It does this by working with partner organisations already established in areas of crisis to being relief aid freely to everyone. 

Wylde Green members enjoyed their outing to Halls in August.

When highly acclaimed Midlands pianist, composer and arranger Colin Bell heard that there was to be an afternoon tea to raise funds for Dementia UK supporting Admiral Nurses he was quick to volunteer his services for the afternoon. In 2013 Rotarian Colin received a Civic Award from the Mayor of Solihull, where he and his wife Julia live, in recognition of him having made a real difference in his community.

Over 125 people sat down to Afternoon Tea at Curdworth Village Hall, raising over £1200 for Dementia UK supporting Admiral Nurses. The event was hosted by the Rotary and Inner Wheel Clubs of Wylde Green.

Admiral Nurse Jackie Aird praised the fundraising efforts and said: 'This latest piece of fundraising by the Rotary and Inner Wheel Clubs of Wylde Green comes not long after another donation they have made following a sponsored walk they organised last autumn. They have raised around £6000 in total for which, on behalf of Dementia UK and Admiral Nurses I would like to say a huge 'thank you'. Their combined efforts have seen fantastic results. I know how very well received the funds will be in supporting carers of people with dementia in the local area.'

Our IIW 3-year Social Project in this country is Period Poverty - Dignity for Women and Girls. We are working closely with charities, schools, women's refuges,  and supermarkets to highight the issues.

District Chairman Claire has selected The Women’s Refuge and Breast Cancer Haven as her charities.

The District 6 International Charity is the Lemon Tree Trusttransforming refugee camps, one garden at a time.

The National President, Enid Law, has chosen Riding for the Disabled for her charity.

The International President, Phyllis Charter, has chosen 'Together We Can' as her theme.

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