Where do we meet?

The Tarporley Club is part of Inner Wheel District 5, chartered in 1991and currently has 16 members.

When do we meet?

We meet at the Alvanley Arms, Cotebrook,  Tarporley CW6 9DS at 7pm  on the second Monday in the month. We don’t meet in August and usually for the later winter months (Jan / Feb & March)  we change to meeting at lunchtime instead depending on what members want to do.  If you are interested in joining us, please get in touch via district5innerwheel@gmail.com.

Focus on Tarporley

The Inner Wheel Club of Tarporley was chartered in 1991 and we currently have 16 members
As well as our monthly club meetings we like to plan occasional social trips and we also schedule business meetings in addition to the dinner meetings
Our main fund raising activities tend to revolve around Running the tea tent at Tarporley  carnival; supporting the Rotary Christmas shoe box appeal, running occasional pop up stalls & selling pre loved items on line. We are always open to ideas if you can think of anything else we could do to help the charities  we support on an annual basis.
If you are thinking of joining a club that loves socialising and investing in friendships whilst doing things to support your local community,  feel free to contact us and come along to one of our dinner meetings.
Like all clubs there’s an annual fee if you eventually decide to join us plus the cost of a monthly meal but you can come along to three of our  dinner meetings first before making your final decision on  whether to join or not.

Club News

Tarporley Inner Wheel is a small club but we think we punch above our weight in our activities. Our president in this centenary year is Julie Earner who has been a club member for a number of years but has volunteered (?) to be our president for the first time.
We began the year with ten of us meeting in August at Stonyford Gardens for an evening outdoor theatre production of The Merry Wives of Windsor. The weather was very kind to us and a fantastic time of food, fun and fellowship was enjoyed by all.
Julie has encouraged us to use the Inner Wheel centenary as a focus for our projects. So far  we have raised £100 in our town carnival refreshment tent, over £100 at a table top sale, and, in November, we filled 100 shoeboxes for distribution to Eastern Europe in time for Christmas.
In the photograph, Brenda who organised the appeal is shown sitting (exhausted?) in front of the pile of shoeboxes with President Julie and our newest member Beryl.

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