About District 127
District 127 is a small District with just 12 Clubs, but geographically covers a very large area, including parts of the East Riding of Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and almost all of Lincolnshire.
(IW Club of Immingham)
Gwen’s Main Charity for the year is
Welcome to District 127 where members of Inner Wheel enjoy the company of like-minded people.
We started life in 1985 when Clubs from District 4 and District 22 joined together to form District 127. We still have close links with our parent Districts, meeting up at Rallies and Conferences.
Our Clubs usually meets once a month with fun and fellowship high on the agenda. Our programmes include speakers, outings and special projects. We have strong links with local, national and overseas charities and members enjoy getting involved. We also work alongside our local Rotary Clubs on joint fundraising or community events.
Charities We Regularly Support
Our Aims & Objectives
To promote true friendship
Clubs meet regularly and have a full and varied programme, including speakers on subjects of interest. By meeting regularly friendships are built and maintained. Meetings are often held with other Clubs, creating a wider circle of friends. The Annual Association Conference extends this circle even more.
To encourage the ideals of personal service
By working together as friends our Clubs have an outstanding record of personal service to the community.
To foster international understanding
Clubs support their own choice of overseas charities as well as their District and Association Overseas Service Chairman’s chosen charity. Clubs also support the International Inner Wheel service project. Many Clubs have a link with a Club overseas and meet every three years at the International Convention.
District 127’s Past District Chairmen meet each year for lunch. This is the group that were able to get together in 2023.
The District 127 Year
Please note that some meeting dates, venues and time may be subject to change
26th October 2023 at Hemswell Court at 10am
29th February 2024 – Zoom meeting at 10.00am
30th May 2024 – Zoom meeting at 10am
24th October 2024 at Hemswell Court at 10.30 am
23rd October 2025 at Hemswell Court at 10.30am
District Committee Meetings:
9th November 2023 at Hemswell Court at 11am. Arrive from 10am
14th March 2024 at Hemswell Court at 11am. Arrive from 10am
13th June 2024 (AGM & Handover) at Hemswell Court. Arrive from 6pm. Dinner at 6.45pm. Meeting at 7.30pm
14th November 2024 at Hemswell Court at 11am. Arrive from 10am
13th March 2025 at Hemswell Court at 11am. Arrive from 10am
10th July 2025 (AGM & Handover) at Hemswell Court. Arrive from 6pm. Dinner at 6.45pm. Meeting at 7.30pm
District Assembly 2024
July 11th – Details to follow
District Rally 2024:
Association National Conference:
There is no National Conference planned this year. Instead, as 2024 is our Centenary Year, we are invited to attend the International Inner Wheel Convention in Manchester from May 7th – 10th 2024.
District 127 Officers
District Chairman – Gwen Eaton (immingham)
Member of Council – Barbara Lord Doncaster St Leger)
District Secretary – Joy Broderick (Doncaster St Leger)
District Treasurer – Chris Jones (Lincoln)
District Editor – Barbara Michaelides (Woodhall Spa)
Immediate Past Chairman / Membership & Development Chairman
Tessa Holdaway (Louth)
District 127 Events
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37th District Assembly
Thursday 13th July 2023
Meal at: 6.45pm
Meeting at: 7.30pm
Hemswell Court Lancaster Green DN21 5TQ
This is the opportunity for all Club Officers to meet their counterparts in Clubs throughout District 127. District 'Line Managers' will call groups together to explain what their role on their Club Committee is about, answer questions, give advice and pass on all the news from Association.
Ex-officio members are welcome to attend.
38th District Rally
District Chairman Gwen
cordially invites all
members to attend.
Tuesday 19th September 2023
Coffee or Tea: 10am
Church Service: 11.30am
Healing Manor Hotel Stallingboro Road Healing DN41 7QF
The day will begin with Coffee orTea, if required, at the Pig & Whistle Bar at the Hotel.
A Service of Thanksgiving will follow at The Church of St Peter and St Paul, a short walk from the Hotel.
Lunch will be in the Barn Healing Manor Hotel
Inner Wheel Day
A Lunch to celebrate together our 100 years of Inner Wheel
Further details will follow shortly
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The invitation and all the details for our Centenary Lunch has now been sent to Club Secretaries.
The venue is Hemswell Court.
Sign up as soon as you can everyone and start looking out any Club memorabilia and photos for our display.
Doncaster St Leger
What will it cost me?
Your Club Annual Subscription, which covers District, Association and IIW international capitation, plus your Club’s costs.
What is involved?
There is a monthly meeting but there are no attendance rules.
Clubs also hold a number of Charity events during the year and social events, such as Coffee Mornings and Knit & Natter
What do I get in return?
An instant circle of friends with similar interests within your own area. If you move to another area, transfer to another Club is a simple process.
- The opportunity to work together to help with charity work; fund-raising; local community projects and be involved with other communities nationwide and worldwide.
- Frequent newsletters from your Club, so you are aware of what is happening should you miss a meeting.
- Our District magazine, called Newswheel, which is published electronically three times a year. There is a report from each Club, plus lots of news and photos.
- Newsletters/magazines from Association containing articles and information from our friends in GB&I and around the world.
- Full access to the Association Website with all it’s publications and links.
Tessa’s Bikes for Brainstrust
District Chairman 2022-2023 Tessa cycled around Rutland Water in June to raise money for her Charity – brainstrust.
In a message to us all Tessa’s said: Yes I did do some practice cycle rides and, yes, you may well be surprised to know that the Wolds are hilly and I can freewheel the1.2 miles from the next hamlet, Mareham on the Hill, almost all the way back to number 36! However that did not really prepare me for the Hambledon Peninsular that forms the hilly part of Rutland Water! Sue from Woodhall Spa IW and her husband Rod were my support team. . The weather was perfect, the water blue and sparkling and yes, I did do it. Thank you everyone for your support.
District 127 latest news
District 127 Rally 2023
Just look through our gallery of photos to see what a super day District members had with
District Chairman Gwen, Association President Anthea and all our other guests.
Click on any photo to enlarge it.