11:10AM, Sunday 24 July 2016
The running of the Windsor and Eton Inner Wheel Club was passed on at the group's July meeting.
Outgoing president Christine Heybourn presented Rosalind Pielou with the president's medal on Tuesday, July 5 at the Manor Hotel in Datchet.
At the meeting she announced that her main charity for the year will be the National Autistic Society.
She has also decided to support Windsor Street Angels and Electric Eels, a swimming club for children and adults based at Windsor Leisure Centre.
Spokesman for the group, Diana Gorton, said: "The club is looking forward to an exciting year with Rosalind at the helm and welcomes enquiries from potential new members."
The Inner Wheel was founded in 1924 by Margarette Golding in Manchester and was originally for the wives and daughters of Rotarians.
Nowadays any women are invited to join. For more information about joining, contact Rosalind on 01753 824467.
The next meeting will be held on September 6.
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