District 12 Inner Wheel


About our Club

We meet on the 3rd Tuesday of the month (not August) at 6.30 for 7pm at Chalk Farm Hotel, Coopers Hill, Willingdon, East Sussex, BN20 9JD

For further information please use the 'Contact Us' page.

Club Officers for 2018 to 2019

Name Office Chosen Charity

Mrs Hayzen Elphick

Mrs Pam Wood

Joint Presidents

Alzheimer's Research UK


Dementia 

Mrs Margaret Field Secretary
Mrs Joyce Taylor
Treasurer
Mrs Val Procter
International Service Organiser
Mrs June Christophi
Club Correspondent
Mrs Judith Cooper

Membership Officer


2018 - 2019 Programme

Tuesday 4th September
Executive Meeting 7pm
Tuesday 18th September
Business Meeting
6.30 for 7pm
Tuesday 16th October Speaker Meeting 6.30 for 7pm
Wednesday 7th November International Rally
Saturday 10th November Race Night 6.30 for 7pm
Tuesday 20th November
Speaker Meeting
6.30 for 7pm
Tuesday 18th December Christmas Meal 6.30 for 7pm


Inner Wheel Friends at Chalk Farm Hotel

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Friday 21st September  2018 International 

Peace Day

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Planting a Rose 

Inner Wheel Friends at Chalk Farm planting a Peace Rose to commemorate the end of World War 1 1918



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16th October 2018

Club Members with their Knitted Poppies for WW1 Memorial Day


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June Christophi making a tandem skydive in aid of Alzheimer's Research UK.

                                   Skydive for Alzheimer Research Uk

Our Swedish Visitors

Two members of Eastbourne Sovereign I.W. Club Judith Cooper and Una Genty, hosted three Members of the Swedish Inner Wheel Club of Nyropin-Oxelosund at the beginning of June.

 
The ladies, Gunilla, Siv and Kerstin were shown around Alfriston, a lovely old Sussex village, and together with other Members of Eastbourne Sovereign, enjoyed a cream tea in one of the gardens.
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Swedish Visitors with Eastbrne Sov out for Cream Tea

That evening they were hosted by Judith for a meal at her home.

The following day they visited Fairlight Glen, for lunch, followed by tea in the garden at PDC Liz Jackson's home.
 

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Pimms in garden at Eastbourne Sovereign

In the evening a superb buffet dinner was provided in the garden and home of one of our members Hayzen Elphick.

On Thursday lunch was enjoyed at Chartwell, the home of Winston Churchill, followed by a delicious dinner at The Rare Breeds Centre, Tenterden, before returning to London on Friday We enjoyed being with our visitors very much and were sad to see them leave.

Dinner at Rare breeds Centre

Eastbourne Sovereign enjoying a glass of wine with their Swedish Guests