District 129 covers Plymouth, Roborough, Tavistock all of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly

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Letter from Ditrict 129 Chairman Hilary Genes
April 2021 Click here


Letter from Liz Williams - District Editor

Good afternoon ladies

I hope that you and your club members are all keeping well and hopeful for a bit of freedom next week.

All the District Editors had a zoom meeting this morning, 21 of us from the top of Scotland to deepest West Devon, there are certain advantages to this situation!.

Many thanks to those editors who have already sent in their Home Service reports.
Our Chief Editor Dorothy has asked that in the home service reports this year please can you add any 'acts of kindness' from your clubs this year, we all accept that the financial amounts will be down, but many of you have been busier than ever before with practical help given to the community.

She also would like to send out a 'Feel Good' Christmas magazine, so if you have anything that you would like to tell the nation about please let me have it by 7th December as I need to get it to Dorothy by 8th. There will also be a February national magazine so anything for that, including Christmas festivities and IW day activities , will be much appreciated, Please make sure that the date is added to any photos that you send and social distancing observed at all times!!!.
Please send anything for that to me by 27th January.

Because these will both be on-line magazines there is not the same constraint of space, so it would be great if there could be bits from the District in each.

Don't forget to keep sending snippets to Wendy for the District Website, now more than ever we need to blow our own trumpets a bit more loudly!

I hope to see many of you at the District Zoom meeting on 9th December.

In the meantime keep safe and Covid free


District Editor

Request from the Inner Wheel Association Historian

IW Christmas in time of Covid.

Please send photos and descriptions of your Clubs' activities for Christmas, IW Day in a time of Covid to me, the Association Historian. I am looking for ideas that make your Club stand out from the crowd - what can you achieve that nobody else has thought of?

I am also still looking for memories of the years from 2000- 2010, perhaps that could be a talking point at a Club Zoom meeting? The more items I am sent the better.

Katharine Dobson
IW Historian



A video on BF Adventure, Penryn acknowledging the Work of Inner Wheel

We welcome new members from the area who are interested
in joining a group of Ladies who have an interest in the ideals of Inner Wheel.
Inner Wheel is one of the largest voluntary women's service organisations in the World.
We work together giving humanitarian aid nationally and internationally.
Inner Wheel Clubs meet usually every month.
The objects of this service organisation are:-
To promote true friendship
Encourage the ideals of personal service
To foster international understanding
Who can join Inner Wheel?
Women with a connection to Inner Wheel Members / former Inner Wheel members
Women with a connection to Rotarians / former Rotarians
Women with similar ideals with the club's consent.
If you are interested in joining a Club near you -

click on "Clubs" and find your nearest Club
and arrange to go along to a meeting



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