Inner Wheel Club of Eastern Borders

Syllabus 2018-2019

 September 13th District Chairman
 October 11th Birthday Celebrations
 November 8th Sailors Society
 December 13th Christmas Meal
 January 10th Inner Wheel Day Friendship - Bring a Friend
 February 14th Business Meeting
 March 14th Lipreading - Liz Hurst
 April 11th Report on Conference
 May 9th President’s Charity evening
 June 13th AGM


Festive Fun

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Fidget Quilts

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Fidget Quilts and Rugs for local Altzeimers groups


Indian Night

The Inner Wheel Club of Eastern Borders recently held an Indian Curry Night in aid of the Manali Hospital Fund, who are are now funding an outreach service of Surgery to the remote parts of Nagaland. Dr Donald Macallister gave a presentation after the meal explaining the work that is being done out there and we were able to present him with a cheque.

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Liz Hurst our Overseas Organiser presents a cheque to Dr. McAliister for the Manali Hospital Fund for Surgical Outreach to Nagaland



Melbourne Our secretary Jenny Barker on her visit to IW club in Melbourne


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Coffee morning with "An Oat Theme" for Mary's Meal "Porridge Day."

About the area

Our Club consists of members drawn from three areas forming the Eastern Borders.


Most people will have heard of Eyemouth because of the terrible fishing disaster in1881, when 129 men of a population of less than 3000 perished in a single afternoon. It was a cataclysm which rocked the little town and is rightly remembered as "Black Friday", but there is much more to Eyemouth than the Disaster. The town positively reeks of history.
The Bay of Eyemouth is virtually the only safe landing place in Berwickshire. There has almost certainly been a settlement where the River Eye meets the sea for many centuries. A Harbour was first noted in the 13th.Century,but the village took on a special importance after Scotland's major port of Berwick was lost to the old enemy in the 1840's


Situated on the banks of the River Tweed at its junction with the Teviot, the Royal Burgh of Kelso with its historic 12th. Century Abbey is an ideal place to use as a base for exploring the Borders, the Berwickshire Coast and North Northumberland. Described by Sir Walter Scott as "The most beautiful if not the most romantic village in Scotland", it has kept that atmosphere which he loved.


Duns, with its motto, "Duns dings a", is the former County Town of Berwickshire, and is at the centre of a district unrivalled for scenic beauty and historic interest. Situated as it is in the lovely Vale of Merse, the "Garden of the Borderland", Duns can offer the restful quietude and bracing air of an ideal holiday resort and its convenient and central position makes it the natural starting point from which the many famous places for which the district is so noted may be visited.



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 Here are some of the members running the cafe at Kelso races in October. Money raised went to Church of Scotland's project "Build a House in Nepal" and Stable Life. Over £600.00 was raised.


Our secretary Jenny Barker on her visit to I. W club in Melbourne



Second Thursday of the month. No meetings in July or August.


6.15 pm for 6.30 pm or
12.30 pm for 1.00 pm (lunch)


Black Bull Hotel, Duns

black bull hotel duns


president susan ramsden

President Susan Ramsden