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The Inner Wheel Objectives are:-


  • To promote true Friendship.

  • To encourage the ideals of Personal Service.

  • To foster International Understanding.

To promote true friendship

Clubs meet regularly and have a varied programme through which friendships are built and maintained. There is the opportunity to visit other clubs anywhere, both at home and overseas, which again provides a wonderful opportunity to make new friends.

Find a Club near you in the "Clubs" drop down list and use the Contact facility for further information.


To encourage the ideals of personal service

Inner Wheel clubs have an outstanding record of service to the community, both locally and further afield.

Initially members provided homemade goods to the local poor. This spread rapidly through the country and eventually overseas.

Inner Wheel has adapted as society has changed. Some members still knit and clubs collect tons of useful goods for the needy, much of which is now sent abroad.

Locally members support:- refuge centres for abused women, hostels for the dispossessed, drop-in centres, school breakfast clubs, hospices and a great variety of other causes.

To foster international understanding

International Inner Wheel was formed in 1967 and the clubs have since spread to 104 countries with over 100,000 members worldwide, nearly 15,000 of these being in Great Britain and Ireland.

International Inner Wheel is most probably the largest women's Voluntary Service Organisation in the world. We hold Non Governmental Organisation (NGO) status with the United Nations and have representatives in its three centres of Geneva, New York and Vienna and are therefore able to play an important role in today’s world.


“Be a woman that moves with the times – Join Inner Wheel”

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