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International Inner Wheel links together members in Clubs in countries from Europe to Africa, India, the Philippines, Australia, New Zeland, The United States of America and Canada to name but a few.

Memebers are able to communicate with one another through correspondence, exchange visits, and joining together in international projects. Presidental tours bring members closer together as they learn of Inner Wheel activities in vastly different territories. Clubs give service in their own community as well as looking beyond their national boundaries.

In order to appreciate fully the strenght and traditions of Inner Wheel, one must of course, look back to the inspiration, devotion and vision of our Founder President and those who have given such fine leadership over the years.

The roots from which International Inner Wheel has grown, were established in 1934 when Association of Inner Wheel Clubs in Great Britain and Ireland was formed with Mrs. Oliver Golding as the Founder President and Mrs. Nixon as Secretary, both being members of the Manchester Club, England. They realised that unity is strenght and had the wisdom and foresight first, to group Clubs into Districts and then, later, to bring the Districts together to form an Associantion.

At the early stage in its existance Inner Wheel began to spread overseas, Ballarat (Australia), Bergen (Norway), Napier (New Zeland), Winnipeg (Canada) and Port Elizabeth (South Africa) being among the first Clubs formed. In 1947 the words in Great Britan and Ireland were removed from title and it become known as the Association of Inner Wheel Clubs.

In 1962 for the first time members from countries outside Great Britan and Ireland were invited to sit on the Governing Body, but it was not until 1967 when International Inner Wheel came into being that there was opportunity for qualified members in any country to became Officers, e.g., President.

In 1993 it was agreed to restructurate the Board with Officers and Board Directors limiting the number of persons forming the Board.


How do you become a member?
Are you the wife, partner, sister, mother or daughter of a Rotarian?
Inner Wheel Clubs always welcome new members.

How do clubs operate?
All Clubs have a President and a committiee which organises regular meetings and events. (There is no attendance rule!).
Each Club arranges its own programme and Club meetings are held monthly.
Club matters are discussed, reports are received, necessary business attended to and often a speaker is invited to address the members.
Each Club enjoys close ties with its corresponding Rotary Club and always willing to support Rotary when invited to do so. If there are sufficient Clubs in an area these are organised into Districts headed by a Chairman and Executive Committee who oversee and support the work of Inner Wheel in that area. Districts may form a National Body.

What do memebers do?
Many thing. Including representation in the UN.
Working together, Sharing & caring for others in the community, Arranging activities for less fortunate people.


Date of Formation - 16 December 2004
Date of Registration - 21 April 2005
Date of Charter Celebration - 27 May 2005


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