Inner Wheel Club of Chard

Chartered October 1950

Meet at Hornsbury Mill TA20 3AQ

on the 2nd Monday of the month

No meeting in August

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Anne Taylor

President 2021-2022

We were delighted to take part in the Minster Christmas Tree Festival (Ilminster) where our tree was covered in donated spectacles suitably decorated in Inner Wheel colours, of course!  

During the week we received lots of old specs which will go to those who need them overseas via our local optician.

Do you use Blister Packs?

20 years ago!

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We have such a great florist in Chard, just have to put these up! Very interesting talk from Sylvia's husband who filled in at the last minute and told us about his life in Australia when he went out there on a Kellogs Foundation grant many years ago. He didn't try growing pineapples here when he returned though!

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There are actually six members in the below photo, you just need to look hard to see Eileen hiding in the distance! Coffee, a walk and lunch at Ham Hill. 

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The Club was 70 in October 2020
So we managed to have a very quiet celebration, within the Covid restrictions, at the end of June

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To 29th July - 55 Kg of Blister Packs collected by Chard IW and delivered to Superdrug!!!!

You know, those things that all medication and tablets etc are put into and which you don't know what to do with, other than bung in the waste bin.

Chard Inner Wheel is collecting them for the Terracycle programme and will deliver to participating pharmacies (Superdrug in Taunton, Wellington & Yeovil).

There are collection points at

St. Mary's Church & Combe Church

The Original Factory Shop

Alpine Grove 

Meadows Medical Centre, Ilm.

Church Surgery, Broadway

or phone 01460 63856

 

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Superdrug are supporting Marie Curie 

1950 - 2020

Chard Club was established in 1950 and members are looking forward to celebrating the 70th Anniversary once "Covid permits". Better late than Never!

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