OUR OBJECTIVES

 

   

How do we achieve this in our Club?

TO PROMOTE TRUE FRIENDSHIP

 We meet on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at The Prince of Wales Hotel, Berkeley Road (5.45 pm for 6.15 pm in the Summer months & 11.45 am for 12.15 pm during the Winter) for a business meeting and a speaker or other arranged item.

We host an annual InterClub Lunch or Evening meal, usually with a speaker or entertainment to which we invite other Clubs in our district.

We hold our Charter Night in October each year, the Charter being the anniversary of the start of our Club.  Every ten years we hold a bigger event to which we also invite members from other clubs in the area.

We celebrate World Inner Wheel Day annually on January 10th together with members of Inner Wheel Clubs around the world. It was on this date in 1924 that the name Inner Wheel was adopted.  In the past Club members  have met together and invited Senior Citizens and those living alone for Lunch

During the year the Social Committee organise  other events such as outings, theatre visits, lunches, shopping expeditions, etc., all of which, together with our Club Nights, help to promote true friendship between our Club Members

TO ENCOURAGE THE IDEALS OF PERSONAL SERVICE

 We assist at the following Annual Events

THE OPEN DOOR CLUB OUTING & BARBEQUE AT FRAMPTON-ON-SEVERN SAILING CLUB

This is the annual visit and barbeque at Frampton Sailing Club by members of The Open Door Club, a weekly social club for adults with learning and physical disabilities.  We provide onions for the barbeque together with drinks, etc.  Members of Frampton Sailing Club organise trips out on to the lake and a BBQ is laid on for everyone 

SENIOR CITIZEN'S TEAS IN THE AUTUMN

Organised by Rotary.  Between 40 and 50 elderly local residents are welcomed to a local venue for entertainmtn and Afternoon Tea which is provided by Inner Wheel Members

 SENIOR CITIZEN'S CONCERT IN OCTOBER

Organised by Rotary

OPEN DOOR CHRISTMAS PARTY

We provide sandwiches, cakes, mince pies etc. and lay up the tables for Christmas with crackers etc.  We all have a sing-a-long and Father Christmas pays us a visit

We also help out on a weekly basis at:

NUMBER 15 MAY LANE ( formerly Dursley Day Centre)

Members attend on a Rota system on Wednesdays to help serve refreshments

IN ORDER TO RAISE FUNDS FOR OUR NOMINATED CHARITIES WE ORGANISE, OR ASSIST AT, THE FOLLOWING ANNUAL EVENT AMONGST OTHERS

STARTER PARTY IN DECEMBER

The start of Christmas Celebrations.  Usually held at Nibley House, North Nibley.  A 'ticket only' event with around 100 people attending.  Savoury & sweet canap├ęs are served followed by mince pies. There is a bar manned by Rotarians and a raffle is held towards the end of the evening.  All money raised goes to into our Charity Account

TO FOSTER INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING

 WE HOLD OUR ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL SERVICE LUNCH

Organised by the international Committee and usually held locally on a Sunday.  We provide and serve the food.  Members of Rotary are invited, together with the District International Chairman and her husband/partner.  A raffle is held and all proceeds go to our International Charities.