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Events and meeting reports 2017-2018

"31st Charter"

June 2018

On 9th June we celebrated the 31st Charter of our Club at Erewash Valley Golf Club with a lovely dinner followed by dancing afterwards. Our current and previous Club Presidents lit candles to mark the past, present and future of the Club. Guests included our District 22 President and the President of Church Wilne Rotary Club.

District President Vera and Club President Stephanie
cut the Charter Cake made by one of our members

Rotary President Adrian and other guests having a giggle on the dance floor.

Here is the poem which President Stephanie wrote to summarise her year as Inner Wheel President:

Inner Wheel Poem 2017/18

We danced to Buddy Holly and raffled our prizes;
And with the Sally Army gave children some surprises;
We dressed up as witches and ghosts for Halloween;
Adrian said we were the scariest he had ever seen!
We baked scones with cheese and thyme for Inner Wheel Day
And a gingerbread village on the way…
We've met the daughter of Bess of Hardwick
And were quizzed on music – we were so slick!
We raced wooden frogs for money to give kids a start
As my charity Action for Children is close to my heart.
And finally we give thanks to everyone for the money we have been raising!
We really could not do this without you, you are all amazing.

On Monday 11th June at the "In/Out meal", committee members presented President Stephanie with a gift to thank her for her service over the past year.

President Stephanie is presented with a gift from the committee members.

Before the business of the June meeting, President Stephanie welcomed Kerry Wilson from Action for Children and was delighted to be able to present her with a cheque over £2,200 making a grand total of over £2,400 for the president's charity in this Inner Wheel year. Kerry thanked Stephanie and all the Club members and said that this would make a big difference to the young people of Derbyshire who are helped by Action for Children.

At our AGM on 26th June, as well as the usual business agenda, President Stephanie handed over the reins to our new joint presidents Andrea and Paula. Thank you Stephanie for such a great year. Our new presidents Andrea and Paula will lead the club together over the next 2 years. Good luck ladies!

President Stephanie hands over to new joint Presidents Andrea and Paula.

To round off a very busy month, we hit the ground running or should I say walking! On Friday 29th June new Presidents Andrea and Paula and 15 others walked as team Inner Wheel for the Treetops Starlight Strut. Well done to all our ladies who took part, we are so proud of you all. Also on Saturday 30th June Andrea and Paula were walking again with some of the Rotary team - 10k around Colwick Park in aid of March for Men (prostate cancer).

Presidents Andrea and Paula with some of the team showing off their finishing medals.

"A Busy Month"

May 2018

The 12th May was a busy day for our Club.

In the morning a Glass Workshop was hosted by a Club member. All those joining in had a really fun time demonstrating their design skills and made some lovely glass coasters.

In the afternoon Church Wilne Rotary Club hosted their annual tea party for local Senior Citizens at Sawley Church Hall. Inner Wheel ladies and friends helped out by serving the refreshments. Guests at the party enjoyed a tipple of sherry with their afternoon tea and our team of ladies had fun serving too.

Some glass coasters made at the workshop

The kitchen crew at Sawley Church Hall

On 15th May we met on a balmy evening outside the theatre in Nottingham and then enjoyed "The Jersey Boys" musical. A great night out.

On 22nd May we welcomed Jacinta Litherland from Communication Unlimited to our meeting. She explained some of the issues which deaf people face in their daily lives and how an interpreter can help, sometimes in very personal situations (such as giving birth!). Her talk and demonstration on British Sign Language gave us insight into the importance of communication and we learned how to "sign" our names. The vote of thanks was "signed" by a Club Member – well done!

Learning to "sign" our names

"Music Quiz"

April 2018

At our meeting on 24th April we welcomed President Alison Bowman and 13 Members from the Inner Wheel Club of Long Eaton to our club for a Music Quiz.

Amy Cartwright set us a challenging quiz, with various rounds including photo and audio rounds. There was much discussion and exclamations of "I know that one!" as Amy played us music from the decades. The winning team, who were well ahead of the runners up, scored 37 out of a possible 46 points. Thanks for a great quiz Amy!

Quiz master Amy tests our musical knowledge

There's some discussion about the answer to that question!

"Dress code of a Tudor Countess"

27th March 2018

At our March meeting, President Stephanie inducted our newest member Janet Stopher Clark. Janet has been attending meetings and events since September last year and was introduced by Club Member Jane Page.

Welcome Janet!

Our speaker was Elaine Harrison, who gave a fascinating insight into the dress code and etiquette of being a Tudor Countess at Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire. She explained the strict rules of dress and conduct imposed by the Court of King Henry VIII – there were no introductions back then – what you wore said it all. Elaine spent 2 years faithfully reproducing the costume worn by Countess Mary Talbot – the youngest daughter of Bess of Hardwick. She had to use all of her skills as a professional embroiderer, using gold thread and other authentic materials. There were many layers to the outfit consisting of a chemise, a "bum roll", a petticoat, an underskirt, a coat and a hat – no wonder the Countess needed a maid to help her dress each day! She also demonstrated the power of the curtsey over the men – a man could not get up from his bow until a countess arose from her curtsey.

This was a fascinating talk and we hope that Elaine will return again sometime to tell us more.

Elaine Harrison in her wonderful costume as Countess Mary Talbot.

Frog Racing and a Beautiful Morning

March 2018

17th March saw Church Wilne Inner Wheel Club hold a "Frog Racing" event. Despite the snow flurries, we were blessed with a great turnout of 50 attendees. Our Club Members, Rotarians and friends had a thoroughly good time and lots of fun, enjoying a fish and chip supper during the break. Wooden frogs were raced by their "jockeys" in a series of races, cheered on by the punters who had placed bets after studying the form. Each race was sponsored and jockeys paid for their "ride". The final race saw previous race winners competing hard to win the final trophy – Laura Cook took the prize in a nail biting finish – well done Laura!

A lot of hard work from the social committee and friends went into this very successful evening, raising funds for President Stephanie's charity "Action for Children". Special thanks go especially to Ann Gregory (tote), Andrea Tew (food and the starter whistle!), Yvette Thomas (keeping us all on track), Joyce Stokes (raffle), Paula Beenham and Jane Markwell for their truly wonderful help with preparations for the event, and also their husbands who helped tremendously. Rotary President Adrian did not disappoint and arrived dressed as a jockey on a racing frog.

Intense concentration from the frog jockeys ready for a race.

The frog jockey trainers encouraging their charges as a race gets undder way.

Laura Cook receives her prizes from President Stephanie assisted by Yvette.

Fourteen Club Members and friends had a "Beautiful Morning" hosted by President Stephanie. We enjoyed Coffee and Cakes and Beauty by Claire. Doreen Ramsden was our model for the morning. Claire went through the various stages of professional make-up and we endeavoured to replicate her skills on our partners for the morning. We had a lot of giggles along the way and Claire gave us some very useful make-up tips.

The main raffle prize of a beauty hamper was won by Jane Page and other prizes were won by Margaret Key, Susan Stalker, Julie Huggett and Pauline Sheehy-Smith.

We also indulged in a fine selection of cakes, home-baked by President Stephanie and her daughter Laura. A very glamorous group of ladies left the event at lunchtime and another good amount was raised for President Stephanie's charity "Action for Children".

Practising newly acquired make-up skills under Claire's expert tuition.

Baby Bundles and Joy Bags

February 2018

Very unusually our February meeting was cancelled due to the adverse weather conditions, however this did not mean that other things weren't happening during the time since the last meeting . . .

Our Inner Wheel club makes up "Baby Bundles" to donate to charitable causes – they are literally bundles of items which new mothers in areas of extreme hardship would need for their babies. They contain items such as bottles, soap, nappies, towels, blankets, baby clothing, toys etc. wrapped in hand-knitted/crocheted blankets.

We made up 18 Baby Bundles, sponsored by Members' donations and supplemented with items donated by our Club. Together with three sewing machines and three duvets, the Baby Bundles went to NPAC to go with the Nottingham convoy to, we believe, Africa.

Some of the items which make up the baby bundles.

Our club has made up baby bundles in the past and the inspiration for this batch came from our International Service Organiser, Shirley Martin. Shirley was at an Inner Wheel International District Meeting in Nottingham in October where one of the speakers was David Scott from NPAC. He explained that NPAC (National Police Aid Convoys) started in 1993 when a group of police officers used their influence, networks and negotiating skills to find and deliver huge amounts of humanitarian aid to places that other Non-Government Organisations couldn't reach. 25 years later they are now an enthusiastic and experienced group of people from all walks of life who successfully use the NPAC name and influence to deliver development and emergency aid all over the world. Shirley felt this was a different way in which she, as International Service Organiser for the Club, could help. Having spoken to a person at NPAC, it was agreed that we could donate our baby bundles to go on a convoy. NPAC also said that sewing machines were very helpful. We were given three sewing machines and some lovely material and sewing thread, which were also donated to NPAC, together with the Baby Bundles and some duvets.

Monica Welbourne (left) Shirley Martin (centre) and Jan Woodhead(right)
with the "Baby Bundles" ready to deliver to NPAC for the convoy

We also make up "Joy Bags" - our Club collects items for the "Joy Bags" which are distributed to women in areas of extreme hardship. The bags contain items such as toiletries, make-up, hats, scarves, medical kit, sewing kit, etc., basically anything which a woman in difficult circumstances would appreciate.

We were given some lovely handbags and these formed the basis for 30 joy bags. The Joy Bags, together with a variety of adult and children's clothing, hand-made pencil cases with pencils, bedding etc., were taken to the Inner Wheel District International Officer to pass on for shipping and distribution.

Shirley Martin (left) Kathleen Gillen (centre) Monica Welbourne (right)
sorting through items to go into the "Joy Bags".

A Rotarian in the Making – Episode 1

23rd January 2018

At our first meeting of the year we welcomed Rotary President Adrian Perkins, who gave us a very entertaining and informative presentation about himself. "Choose to take opportunities" was a theme which ran throughout Adrian's presentation, as he explained that from a very young age, he had always been keen to help and keen to please.

Adrian has 4 siblings and money was often tight as he was growing up. This seems to have encouraged his entrepreneurial spirit and Adrian told us of various occasions throughout his young life where this was demonstrated: helping the school caretaker with his duties each week (he was paid half a crown / 12.5p for this); picking wild watercress on a school outing from the YHA in Bakewell and selling it to the local coalman; watching the headmistress's car at primary school for a shilling / 5p. He also joined and helped at various clubs in school. Adrian became an active member of the school Cossack dance group and as a result of this he met some famous people including Princess Anne and Prince Edward and also the stars of the Carry On films.

When the time to find a job arrived, Adrian applied to the Royal Navy and the Royal Airforce, but settled for a career in the Merchant Navy. During this time he met his first wife and joined her dance group when he was not at sea. It was during this time that he started making promotional material – an activity which developed and became his full time job when he retired from the Merchant Navy.

Adrian illustrated his talk with various photos, ranging from a very cute baby photo, to school photos, to his marriage and the arrival of his children, finishing up with his "joker" photo, which gave us all a smile. When will Adrian return to present "Episode 2" we asked?

President Stephanie thanks Rotary President Adrian for his entertaining talk.

Other highlights of the meeting:

Ann Austin receives a gift from President Stephanie to celebrate her "special" birthday.

Inner Wheel Day Coffee Morning

6th January 2018

Inner Wheel Day saw our members get together for a coffee morning to raise funds for International. Club member Ann Gregory hosted the event at her home, with lovely home baked goodies for sale. There was also a raffle and a "bring & buy" table. A substantial amount was raised on this lovely sunny morning.

Yvette, President Stephanie and Ann tempting us with their home baked items.

Very popular on the day were the cheese, onion and thyme scones baked by President Stephanie. These were inspired by a gift of thyme from District Chairman Vera Dilks when she visited our club in September last year. Here's the recipe for you to try:

Cheese, Onion and Thyme Scones

12 oz Self Raising Flour
2 medium onions, chopped finely
1 tsp cayenne pepper
2 oz butter
3 oz parmesan cheese
3 oz strong cheddar
3-4 tbsp milk
2 eggs
2 or 3 sprigs of thyme
1 tbsp oil
Salt and Pepper

1. Chop the onion in a food processor or cut finely, fry in oil until softened.
2. Sift the flour with salt and pepper and cayenne pepper.
3. Rub in the butter, add the onion and two thirds of the grated cheese.
4. Beat the egg and add to the mix. Strip the leaves off the thyme and add to mix.
5. Make into a soft dough using the milk until the mixture comes together.
6. Roll out quite thickly – around ¾ inch.
7. Use a cutter to cut into rounds.
8. Brush the scones with milk and sprinkle with the rest of the cheese.
9. Bake for 10 – 12 minutes at 200C. Cool on a wire rack.

Strictly Christmas at the Snow Ball!

Monday 18th December 2017

Monday 18th December saw Inner Wheel and Rotary Club members and their friends celebrating Christmas at the Rotary "Snow Ball" held at Trent College, Long Eaton.

Inner Wheel President Stephanie Cook and
Rotary President Adrian Perkins set the scene for festive fun.

A fantastic "Gingerbread Wonderland" was on display for all to admire. President Stephanie constructed the gingerbread houses and together with club member Pauline Sheehy-Smith added the other decorations to make up a lovely village scene. President Stephanie also made the gingerbread men and women which formed part of the table decorations.

After the event, the gingerbread village was donated to the Canaan Trust, a local charity providing help to homeless men in Long Eaton and the local area.

Gingerbread "Winter Wonderland" on display at the Snow Ball.

Inner Wheel daughters Laura and Ellie busy
decorating gingerbread men and women.

When Presidents Stephanie and Adrian had greeted us all and we sat down to a lovely festive meal. This was followed by dancing to live entertainment which was provided by Jay Ashton singing Elvis and many other great hits. A change of gear by President Adrian led to a few "strictly" moments:

Presidents Adrian and Stephanie get into the swing of the Snow Ball . . .

President Adrian and Vice-President Andrea show us some impressive moves . . .

Keep Dancing!!

Needless to say, a good time was had by all. Thanks to both Rotary and Inner Wheel for organising another fun evening.

Christmas Party

Tuesday 12th December 2017

This year's Christmas party was held on Tuesday 12th December at Erewash Valley Golf Club. We were greeted with a drink provided by Ann Gregory in celebration of her and John's 40th wedding anniversary the previous day – congratulations and thank you both for the kind gesture.

Our meal was superb as usual and we all enjoyed a lovely evening of fellowship and fun. We had great entertainment which included a Christmas quiz, Pass the Parcel and "Secret Santa" gifts.

Pass-the-parcel winners sporting their prizes

Christmas is a time for giving and many members had brought several gifts for the Salvation Army Christmas Present Appeal for local children.

John Cook helps club member Pauline Sheehy-Smith with the sacks of
Christmas presents donated to the Salvation Army Christmas Present Appeal

Merry Christmas and thanks go to the Committee for organising yet another superb event.

The Salvation Army Christmas Present Appeal

28th November 2017

Major Anthony Colclough of the Salvation Army joined our November meeting. He talked to us about the Salvation Army and how their help is needed at all times of the year, but especially at Christmas. The Salvation Army raises funds in many ways, for example at Christmas their brass band plays in Derby Cathedral and in Derby City Centre. They work with other organisations to provide Christmas lunch on 25th December to the homeless and those who would otherwise spend the day on their own. They also run a food bank.

Of particular interest to our Inner Wheel Club is the Salvation Army Christmas Present Appeal which we have supported for several years now. It was interesting to hear how the gifts are processed. All donated presents need to comply with British Standards and should also be new – unfortunately some items are unsuitable, such as partly used colouring books for example. The Salvation Army team check all presents and sort them according to age group. They work together with social workers to identify suitable recipients. The general public and various organisations are very generous at this time of year and this enabled the Salvation Army to give gifts to 317 children last Christmas, each child receiving 3 or 4 gifts each.

President Stephanie hands over 2 large sacks of gifts to
Major Anthony Colclough for the Salvation Army Christmas Present Appeal

Club member Pauline Sheehy-Smith started the tradition of our Club donating Christmas presents to the annual Salvation Army Appeal and she told us how these gifts can literally change a child's life.

Pauline has written a poem relating to our support for the Appeal, which she plans to submit as our Club entry for the poetry competition based on the International Inner Wheel theme "Leave a Lasting Legacy".

Leave a Lasting Legacy…
…For others to follow…

It isn't the huge projects that let them know we care,
It's the little numerous things we do, that show our love and flair,
To help, support and give our time is often quite sufficient,
Given our members many skills, we really are quite proficient.
There are causes where our actions make a difference all around,
We're told so often that it's the thought that makes our unsung work so sound.
From helping those in circumstances less fortunate than ourselves
To spending nights with Santa's float as busy little elves.
There is however one yearly cause that we really take to our heart,
It's one we can support and feel proud to take an active part.
From teddies and games and books and trains to crayons in many packs,
We buy lots of Christmas gifts, wrapped, tagged and put in sacks.
Disadvantaged children's charities are often our Presidents choice,
But our Christmas thoughts especially go to these children who have no voice,
To give them toys brings such joy for treats they don't normally see,
And they never forget the gift was bought with love – this is the vital key…
Their Teddy becomes their best friend, a confidant they never had before
The trainset a real luxury they can play with more and more,
The books and crayons become their teachers, their thirst for learning acknowledged at last,
And that bright red racing car takes real skill to make it go that fast.
We know these presents last a life time when given in this way,
And when the children have grown up they're very quick to say,
The kindness, thought and loving act meant they knew they weren't alone,
And helped them cope through times when in…where-ever they called home.
You see, the fact that someone cared consistently through their young lives,
As they encountered the twists and turns and life took numerous dives
Our carefully wrapped parcels conveyed a hidden message with proficiency,
Because no matter how hard life becomes everyone can leave a lasting legacy.

Other highlights of the meeting:

Ann Gregory receives a gift from President Stephanie
to celebrate her 40th wedding anniversary in December

Careful – it's a plant!
President Stephanie presents a gift to Immediate Past President
Cathy Griffin for her "special birthday" in January next year

Frightfully Good Fun

28th October 2017

It was devilishly dark as we arrived for the Halloween Party organised jointly by the Inner Wheel and Rotary clubs of Church Wilne. We all enjoyed a hair-raising evening with dead-good food. A selection of frightful photos tells the story of the petrifying party . . .

Undertaker Adrian welcomes us to the eerie event.

Broomsticks at the ready for a terrifying time

The body shop party is next week . . .

Fancy a quick bite?

It's a spooky quiz . . .

Enchanting eyelashes

Stevie the skull makes a new friend.

Fangs for a phantastic party!

The evening was a screaming success. Thank you to everyone who put in so much effort to make it happen.

Action for Children

24th October 2017

At our October meeting we welcomed Kerry Wilson from Action for Children. Action for Children is the charity which President Stephanie has chosen to sponsor this year.

Kerry told us that the charity was originally set up in 1869 by a Methodist Minister – it was formerly known as "National Children's Homes". Last year Action for Children helped 356,000 children, young people and their families and remains the largest voluntary provider of Sure Start Children's Centres. They continue to lead the way in developing innovative services, including the following services in Derbyshire:

• "Space for you" aimed at young people whose parents suffer from substance abuse
• "Talk time" to help young people with various issues including self-harm, bullying etc
• "Separated parents service" to help young people whose parents are separated or going through divorce.

Kerry told us that the funds which we raise during President Stephanie's year will go towards helping children in Derbyshire.

Kerry Wilson from Action for Children receives a cheque for the charity from President Stephanie

Bring a Friend Night

26th September 2017

It was our first meeting after the summer break and we welcomed District Chairman Vera Dilks and her husband David, Jean - the guest of Pauline Sheehy-Smith, Janet - the guest of Jane Page and Linda - the guest of Diane Dundas.

District Chairman Vera told us about herself: her career as a teacher; how she met her husband in his cycling gear(!); about her family and how she came to join Inner Wheel and her progression to her current role. A keen dress-maker, Vera told us what an honour it was when her then future daughter-in-law asked her to make her wedding dress.

Vera gave our Club President Stephanie some thyme and suggested that Stephanie bring a recipe using thyme to share at our next meeting. Stephanie presented Vera with a cheque for the Young Carers charities which she is supporting this year.

Vera kindly stood in for Immediate Past President Cathy Griffin and presented the club chain of office to Stephanie.

District Chairman Vera hands over the chain of office to
President Stephanie on behalf of Immediate Past President Cathy Griffin

President Stephanie sporting her new hardware with District Chairman Vera

Freda Smith receives a gift from President Stephanie to celebrate a "big" birthday

President Stephanie presents a bottle of bubbly to Ann Gregory
to thank her for all of her hard work with the refreshment tent
at Rotary Horse Rides over the past few years

Burgers and Brunch at the Rotary Charity Horse Ride

10th September 2017

175 Riders participated in the Annual Rotary Charity Horse Ride event. As in previous years, this event was supported by the ladies of Church Wilne Inner Wheel Club. We run the catering tent, providing burgers, hot and cold drinks, home-made cakes and other refreshments for the hungry horse riders after they have finished the course. Ann Gregory managed the tent, organising the food and managing the 4 teams of ladies who worked in shifts from 0700h to 1700h, serving up culinary delights with a cheery smile.

Ann Gregory (centre) with Inner Wheel Club members including President Stephanie Cook
on one of the earlier shifts of the day

The refreshment tent in action

Tally ho!

Four of the riders stop for a quick photo call

Thumbs up!

Our hard work raised £487. The monies raised all go towards President Stephanie's nominated charity, Action for Children.

Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story

Monday 4th to Saturday 9th September 2017

This show was performed at the Duchess Theatre in Long Eaton by Amici Productions - an amateur group made up of talented individuals, brought together by Church Wilne Rotary President Adrian Perkins, with the express purpose of raising funds for local and international causes.

Our Inner Wheel Club supported the charity fund raising by running a raffle at each of the 7 performances, specifically to raise funds for President Stephanie's nominated charity – Action for Children. We had some superb prizes, thanks to donations from local businesses and members. The raffle winners were both surprised and delighted as some of them declared that this was the first time they had ever won a raffle prize! Inner Wheel raised a fantastic £996 from the raffle proceeds.

The show itself was a true rock 'n roll success, with most of the audience dancing in aisles to the superb live music.

Buddy and the cast in full swing during the lively finale of the show

President Stephanie introduces herself

July 2017

President Stephanie took the opportunity at her first official meeting to tell us about herself. She had given a similar talk to the Rotary Club a few days previously.

Born in Blackburn, she met her husband John when she was 16. They have one daughter, Laura, who is going to University in September. Stephanie worked at BHS, then in the IT industry, and currently works for Rolls-Royce in Derby. She told us of her visit to number 10 Downing Street for a charity reception and how she bumped into Gordon Brown on a train.

She also told us of a life-changing event which altered her outlook on life and how she helped others at the time and the kindness which others showed to her. As a consequence she now feels more protective of her family, her daughter and other children in dangerous situations – this is why Action for Children is her chosen charity this year.

Stephanie joined Inner Wheel some years ago and feels privileged to be our President this year. She left us with this thought: "Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away".

President Stephanie and Rotary President Adrian Perkins when Stephanie introduced herself to the Rotary Club of Church Wilne

President Stephanie leads her first Inner Wheel Meeting as President

It was also a busy time for the club to celebrate a wedding, big "0" birthdays and a 50th wedding anniversary.

President Stephanie presents Paula Jones with a gift to mark her
forthcoming marriage to Tony Beenham on 13 August.

President Stephanie presents Penny Newbold
with a rose plant to mark her 50th Wedding Anniversary.

President Stephanie wishes Jane Page a happy birthday for her milestone birthday.

President Stephanie wishes Monica Welbourne
a happy birthday for her milestone birthday.

Meet the Presidents

Sunday 23rd July 2017 at Risley Village Hall

This event is held each year. It is the first opportunity for the new Inner Wheel and Rotary Presidents for the Church Wilne Clubs to greet their members in their official capacities for the coming year.

Stephanie Cook (Inner Wheel President) and Adrian Perkins (Rotary Club President) welcomed 90 members and guests to the event which was held at Risley Village Hall on Sunday 23rd July. A wonderful buffet was provided and this year's entertainment was provided by The Valli's. Everyone had a great time and the Valli's were called on to provide an encore

Stephanie and Adrian with the Valli's

Has Adrian's hair changed?

Yummy desserts provided by the Inner Wheel ladies

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