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


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District Meetings

District Meeting - 22 March 2023 Penventon Park Hotel

Liz Williams - District Editor
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Hilary Genes, Chairman of Inner Wheel District 129
  I attended the Jubilee Parade at Truro to represent Inner Wheel 129 District on Thursday 1 June 2022. It was a great honour to be chosen and I thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to honour our Majesty the Queen, along with other dignitaries and members of the public, in my role as Inner Wheel District Chairman to advertise our Organisation. I was accompanied by my fiance and our President of Liskeard and Looe and her husband who was the President of the Rotary Club of Liskeard and Looe.

The people of Coornwall paraded the streets of Truro to celebrate the Queen's 70 years of dedicated service to us all. We thank her Majesty for her service and for leading the Nation and the Commonwealth with principles and values which shape and guide our society. Let us send Her Majesty our heartiest congratulations on this auspicious occasion.

With everyone gathered in High Cross, the Dean welcomed everyone and said prayers and hymns, led by the City of Truro Male choir, a reading. Mr James Williams represented the Lord-Lieutenant (who had Covid), the Bishop of Truro and the Mayor of Truro gave their appreciation of the Queen.
A Jubilee Celebration by Gareth Churcher, performed by St Kevern Youth Band. The Dean then led the prayers and followed by resounding renditions of the Trelawney led by the City of Truro Male Choir.



As I am sure you are aware, National President Betty Roberts has challenged all the members to walk 2.5 miles each this year, which would equate to Land's End to John O'Groats, in support of the Stroke Association.
She has had a teddy made who will visit each District to help with advertising this .

Full details click here

Vanessa offered to start the event off in style by taking him to Land's End and attached is a photo with a short write up and his 'postcard' home!!
Vanessa has also had a teddy made in IW colours to visit each of our clubs in the District to hopefully be photographed at various events, so I would like to think that we could get a good run of reports of this,

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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