Club Meeting Date: The fourth Tuesday of the month (excluding August)

Club Meeting Time: 12:30pm

Club Meeting Place: The Greyhound Coaching Inn Lutterworth

The Club was chartered in 1954.

Lutterworth is a small market town nestled in the agricultural area situated at the southern most tip of Leicestershire. The River Swift runs through the south side of the town and within walking distance is High Cross, a key intersection of Watling Street and the Fosse Way at the centre of Roman England. In the fourteenth Century John Wycliffe made his pioneering translation of the Bible whilst serving as Rector of Lutterworth. Five hundred years later in the 1940s Sir Frank Whittle developed the Jet engine at the Ladywood works off Leicester Road. A model of the prototype to commemorate his achievement can be seen on the roundabout at the southern entrance to Lutterworth.


OFFICERS FOR 2019/1920 

President  : Sue Staples

Vice President: vacant

Secretary:Pat Iliffe & Kay Wilson

Treasurer: Val Cooper

International : Mary Oldham

Club Correspondent: Diana Osborn

Minute secretary: Margaret wells


          The Presidents Charity this year is -   

Cancer research UK

Presidents Change over June White hands over to Sue Staples



No News yet but watch this space - !


Events of the Year 2018 /2019

President June White hands over a cheque to Dee Lehan- Mathews for £725 for the Alzheimers Society



Marys Meals

Fantastic response by the club members in aid of Marys Meals - appropriately collected by our International officer Mary Blott and delivered to District meeting



Interclub Games

We are enjoying a winning streak at the moment - keep it up ladies ! we have a by against Blaby !

Well Celebrations we were finalists but came 2nd - very well done - we will try harder next year !!


January /February 2019 -Well done Lutterworth - you are trying harder - A win against Market Bosworth and the Ashby DZ - wow looking at the next match now !!!



Well somethings have to end we lost to Blaby after a very close match and a play off -  Well done Blaby.  However we had a really good lunch and great company. 


May saw our 65th Charter celebrations at the Geryhound Hotel our theme was a bit of Inner wheel history - Ladies in Hats just as it would have been 65years ago

We enjoyed a wonderful tea with members and guests District Chaiman Barbara Rogers and our speaker Mrs Heather Craven who gave a brief history of Misterton Hall.

President June and Mrs Heather Craven

Wonderful tea


Doris Hunt with President June White lighting the candle to the past



District Chairman Barbara


Mary Blott lighting the International candle

Maria Thompson lighting the candle to the future



just a silly selfie of Presisent elect Sue staples who never wears a hat !!


 District Chairmans Visit November 2018

Lutterworth and Lutterworth Wycliffe Clubs joined together for  the District Chairmans visit. This was a little bit of history for the clubs and D7 as it has not happened before or if so in the far distant past. It was a very enjoyable event and very nice induction for two new members one for each Club. The meal was excellent so was the chat and friendship.


Inner Wheel Day 2019 at Marys House - Tea and cakes here are the tera workers


The Inner Wheel Day Tea Ladies with President June Sarah, Kay and Mary 


Mary Doing a Dance to entertain us after winning a Raffle Prize


Lovely Tea and lots of Friendship & Fun


ARCHIVES 2017/18

MISTERTON Again !- Our Bottle Store Raised £190 in 2 hours for AGE CONCERN LUTTERWORTH - The cheque was presented to Alison Anderton by Jean Archer at our meeting on 22nd May  - Well Done all that helped



In aid of Lepra President Sarah Duncan held a Soup and cheese lunch at her house on Tuesday 6th March inviting members and guests, this was extremely enjoyable and raised over £200  - well done all! 

Wonderful food and great company






Members held gathered together at President Maries house for a lovely meal prepared by the club members - nothing to beat cottage pie and a range of gorgeous sweets on a cold January day.





Memories & Archives

Mary Blott held a tea Party at her house in aid of international funds on Tuesday 10th October. The event was a geat success, thanks to everyone and hopefully a repeat event in the summer !

Sarah Mary and Marie enjoying the tea Party



Members enjoying tea, chat and friendship


Fund Raising for BEAT - Silly Socks Walk in Blaby

Happy Smiles - Members from Lutterworth and Lutterworth Wycliffe














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2012 Inner Wheel Distict 7 Lutterworth.