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.



President  : Mary Blott & Diana Osborn

Secretary  : Sue Staples & Pat Iliffe


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Principal Mask Makers Maria Thompson & June White showing off just some of the collection at the Wycliffe Rooms in aid of the Presidents Charity Childrens and young peoples Mental Health - The Leicetershire Partnership Beacon Project 

We have raised about a £ 1000 since end of September


2012 Inner Wheel Distict 7 Lutterworth.