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

I.W. Club of Helston / Lizard

Karen Moseley
Vice President
Teresa Wara
Kate Knight
Minute Secretary
Wendy Wallis
Teresa Wara
Julia treloar
Club Correspondent
Carol Mueller
Membership Officer
Wendy Wallis
Health and Safety
Julie Search
PRESIDENT 2021- 2022


I joined the Inner Wheel in 2016 when my husband Kevin became a Member of Helston-Lizard Rotary Club. I was born on a farm just outside Helston, and then moved into the town 36 years ago when we married, and am still here! We have two children, both of whom are married and live nearby, and a recent addition of a lovely granddaughter who was born in November. I started working for Nat West Bank in 1985, and finished 3 years ago, spending the entire period in the Helston Branch (almost becoming part of the fixtures and fittings!). I enjoy walking with family and friends, reading, and travelling (although the latter has been severely curtailed over the last 18 months). I am looking forward to my year as President, my principal aim being to have a year of friendship and fellowship. I think we are all really looking forward to face to face meetings, as opposed to having to make do with "Zoom", and I sincerely hope that everyone will be happy to return as soon as we are permitted with renewed enthusiasm.

District Chairman, Hilary Genes, visited our Club in May 2022
Jenny Wingham Co Chair of the Penzance Women's Refuge talked to us about their work and thanked us for providing gifts at Christmas for the women and children. Anyone needing to contact them West Cornwall Women's Aid 01736 367539

Handover this year took a different format.
Sarah and Dorothy met up and we had a Zoom meeting for all members to witness the handover.

Sarah Corbridge and Dorothy Lovett


Dorothy enjoying afternoon Tea at Debbie's
purchased at the One Line Auction 2020
Chairman of District Beryl Gardener being presented a cheque for her Charity "Cornwall Air Ambulance" at our Meeting in November 2019 by our President Sarah Corbridge.

Report 2018 - 2019

At our December meeting members brought and wrapped presents for onward transmission to the women's refuge in Penzance which were greatly appreciated. We also made a donation to the Salvation Army in lieu of exchanging Christmas cards.
Inner Wheel Day was celebrated with a walk and lunch, provided by Wendy Wallis, with donations in aid of Parkinson's. As in previous years the weather was kind to us!
Drinks and nibbles at the home of Debbie Osborne raised some much needed funds for Bishop's Forum, and was enjoyed by all.
In March Members, friends and family had their minds exercised at a Murder Mystery evening at Rosewarne Manor, taking on the role of sleuths and raising money for our President's chosen charity Sea Sanctuary.
This was shortly followed by a visit to the "escape room" at Newlyn, a truly unforgettable experience.
The annual Bluebell Walk and lunch at the home of Joy Porch was once again enjoyed by all.
A coffee morning to support a pre-school in Mozambique was extremely successful, and our busy year was topped off with a most entertaining Car Treasure Hunt, followed by a cream tea at Anne Russell's.
We have been lucky to enjoy a variety of speakers at our monthly meetings including; a talk by a Street Pastor, and some very interesting slide shows.
  Helston/Lizard had an interesting talk on St Petroc's and Sarah Corbridge,our President, presented Lois Wild from St Petrocs presents and useful items donated by Club members. Members are all getting ready for our "sleeping rough" on Saturday 7 December 2019 to experience the way the homeless live and cope with the cold temperatures at night.

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