Committee 2017 - 2018
|Vice President||Nyria Bailey|
|International Service||Margaret Brechin|
|Club Correspondent||Lesley Bayne|
|House & Reception||Janette Clark|
|August 28th||Arthur Barlow, Rotary Club of Corstorphine President|
|September 25th||Richmond Trust - Liz Henderson (President Doreen's Charity)|
|October 23rd||Open Book|
| November 27th
||District Chairnman Julie Ramsay|
| January 22nd
| February 26th
||Your nails are jewels not tools|
|March 26th||Business Meeting|
| April 23rd
|May 28th||Bread Share|
8th November 2017 - Charter Dinner
11th April 2018 - Fashion Show, featuring M&S clothes.
About the Club
Our President this year is Doreen Hendersonwho would be delighted if you came along and joined us. You will be made very welcome. We have various speakers throughout
Please contact Janette Clark on 0131 333 3339 to arrange a visit - if she is not available you can call Shelagh Guthrie on 0131 539 6845.
We meet on the 4th Monday each month - except July and December.
We raise monies throughout the year for International Projects and also for the President’s chosen Charity. We would not be able to do this without the support of family, friends nd the general public who support us very generously at these events for this we are very grateful.
Some members meet up with 2 ladies from the Portree club at the Falkirk Wheel
About the area
Corstorphine is a suburb to the west of Edinburgh.
Its claim to fame is the Royal Zoological Society, best known as “Edinburgh Zoo”, whose popularity has been heightened with the arrival of the 2 Giant Pandas Tian Tian (Sweetie) and Yang Guang (Sunshine).
The shopping in Corstorphine has greatly reduced with the arrival some years ago now, of The Gyle Shopping Centre on the western outskirts. However, there are plenty of coffee Shops. Nearby there is a golf course, 2 Leisure centres, several Churches of various dominations and not too far away if the BT Murrayfield Stadium, the home of Scottish Rugby.
Edinburgh Airport is seven miles away with good transport links. As a result, there are two large hotels and a number of guest houses in that vicinity.
The Inner Wheel Club of Corstorphine meets in the Murrayfield Hotel across the road from the home of Scottish Rugby.
A warm welcome awaits you there.