Where do we meet?

The Altrincham club is part of Inner Wheel District 5, chartered in 1930 and currently with  21 members.

From September 2023 we are meeting at:

Altrincham Methodist Church, Barrington Road WA14 1HF.


When do we meet?

Meetings are held at 7:30pm on the first Tuesday of every month, except August.

We enjoy a meal together, followed by a speaker, a quiz or entertainment. We continue to have a variety of speakers, who are interesting, informative and representative of all aspects of society and age groups.

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Club News


Long Service Award for Betty


Betty Hayhurst was presented with a certificate to recognise over 40 years service in Inner Wheel at her club’s recent meeting.  Betty held various roles within her club and was District 5 Chairman 1998-99, District Editor 2009-2011 and, for many years, District Historian.

Well Done Betty!



Long Service Award for June

At the March meeting of the Inner Wheel Club of Altrincham a Long Service Certificate was presented to June Bates by President Steph.

June has been an active member for forty years fulfilling various roles including Club President, and has attended many conferences and Inner Wheel events.




A Margarette Golding Award For President Stephanie

At the District 5 Christmas meeting Steph, who is currently President of the Altrincham club, was presented with a Margarette Golding award by District Chairman Diana “for highly commendable personal service to Home Start as a founder volunteer and for twenty years bereavement counselling, becoming leader of Cruse Bereavement Care, Greater Manchester”


Club President

                   President Steph Besbrode

Steph is a busy lady- always willing to help. A   former member of Inner Wheel in Nottingham, Steph and husband Barry moved to Altrincham in 2015  near to their three children and grandchildren.  Steph has been Secretary twice and now President for the second time so we are looking forward to  another great year, full of fun and enthusiasm.

Steph has inspired us with her personal service to the community – a founder volunteer for Home Start which helps families with young children, Steph has also given many hours each week to Cruse Bereavement Care both in Nottingham and Greater Manchester. As an interesting speaker Steph  has informed the club about Jewish traditions  especially Jewish New Year when she brought tasty samples of food and Hanukkah  with a Menorah and candles.

The Little Lighthouse Baby Bank in Wythenshawe is Steph’s chosen charity. We are collecting items for babies and toddlers which will go to struggling families. High chairs to baby clothes, nappies, toys and bedding are all very welcome.


100 for 100


Altrincham Inner Wheel made this Christmas tree using over 100 tins of food which they are donating to the food bank. The tree is decorated with 100 lights to Shine a Light.

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