St Neots

Club Meeting Date: On the third Monday of the month (except August and December)

Club Meeting Time: 7.30pm

Club Meeting Place: Contact Secretary/President as venue may change

Number of Members: 25

About the Club:

The Club was chartered in 1949.

St Neots is an old market town on the banks of the River Great Ouse and a weekly market has been held here for over 1000 years.

In the tenth century a priory was built and it was here that a bone of St Neot was brought from its resting place in the Cornish village of St Neots. The relic has long since been lost.   St Neots is also famous for the Mills quads and the Eynesbury Giant.


Club Activities:

President Sue's charity this year is St John's Hospice at Moggerhanger. The Sue Ryder St John's Hospice  is a haven of tranquillity for people approaching the end of their lives with progressive conditions.


We host a number of events, some for the general public and others for members and friends to raise money for the Inner Wheel charities.


We have a number of speakers attending our regular meetings. This year these include a talk on farming in the 1940s, fungi and floral decorations for Christmas.






St Neot's Ladies enjoying Afternoon Tea and friendship at Croxton Garden Centre on Inner Wheel Day.

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2012 Inner Wheel Distict 7 St Neots.