Assembled items for packing Joy and Roy bags
Joy and Roy bags ready to send via NPAC
Gt Yarmouth's production line
Gt Yarmouth's production line
....11 Blankets!
Wreath laid on Remembrance Sunday
Members supplying water to Rotary Fun run competitors
Jumpers and Beanie hats for International Charities , knitted by Charlotte Milliken, Ely
I.W and Rotary collecting for Marie Curie
Great Yarmouth’s previous “knit and natter” session turns into a “sew and chat “session as the squares are sewn together for a blanket to be given to a lady in the Fistula hospital.
Saffron Walden collecting rubbish!
Watton in Norfolk Day colours
Stowmarket.....Retro evening
Woodbridge .......In the Wheelie Boat
Saffron Walden.....Summer Tea Party
Hunstanton....Inner Wheel supporting local charities
Ipswich East.....50 dresses for Africa made from pillow cases
Beccles......Hospital Fete
Some District 8 Cats at Conference
Ipswich Orwell with new president Moira
Bungay's boxes
Ely at a club meeting
Felixstowe's desserts
Stowmarket lunch on Inner Wheel Day

Inner Wheel District 8

Our Clubs

We have 14 clubs in District 8. If you are interested in visiting you can contact our clubs or send a message through our contact page.

Our Charitable projects

This year our District Chaiman's charity is Teenage Cancer Trust (Addenbrookes) and the Association charity , Riding for the Disabled

Our District Chairman - Deirdre Griffin



A few words from your new District Chairman – well, perhaps not so new!


As some of you may remember, I am an Ayrshire lass.  From school, I went to Glasgow University, emerging with an MA in Geography and Archaeology, and a PG certificate in Archaeology.  A “gap year~” working in the University library convince me that finding information was equally interesting as finding artefacts, and so I embarked on a career in Librarianship, ending as Library Manager at University Campus Suffolk (now University of Suffolk).


Tom and I married in 1975, and this event has ultimately led me to being so deeply involved in Inner Wheel and the wider Rotary family.  In 2011-12 when I was District Chairman before, we did the “double act” of District Chairman and District Governor.  That was a busy year.  This time his big Rotary role comes next year.


I am looking forward to visiting our clubs again – you are the powerhouse of our organisation.  It’s what you do that brings hope and joy to so many, and makes lives that little bit better.


I hope you will support my chosen charity, Teenage Cancer Trust based at Addenbrookes Hospital.  It transforms cancer care for young people in the whole of the Eastern region.


I am looking forward to visiting you all, as I said, and hope to see you at the District Rally on 31 October 2019 at Fynn Valley Golf Club, just north of Ipswich.  Details have already been circulated.  See you there!




At Addenbrookes Hospital