I am Gill Scott, and I live in Portishead, North Somerset. I am a widow, and have a daughter, Emma, who lives with her husband, Andrew, in Weston Super Mare.   I was made redundant in 2013 from my Senior Management post in Health and Social Care with Bristol City Council, after 36 years’ service. I worked with people with learning disabilities for many years, and also managed services for older people and people with dementia, domiciliary care and residential and day services. I served as a magistrate in Bristol for 10 years, and was also a parent Governor at a number of schools. I am currently Chair of the management Committee of the Voyage Learning Campus in North Somerset.   I was a founder member of the Rotaract Club of Bristol North West ( a very long time ago) and have enjoyed very much being a member of Inner Wheel since 2013. My hobbies are travelling with my friend Hazel and seeing as much of the world as I can. I enjoy going to the cinema and theatre and ,of course , Social Tuesdays with my Inner Wheel friends. I am really looking forward to the year ahead, meeting as many people as I can, and getting a real feel for each Club.  People in District 10 work so hard, and do so many fantastic things, it will be nice to put name to faces, and hear all about what has been going on. I am committed to working on Membership issues, and have been a member of the District Membership Committee for a while.  I am often inspired by the words of Ghandi, and he said ‘ whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it ‘ - so I will work as hard as I can in the coming year, and strive to be the best I can as your District chairman - remembering, though ,that Ghandi also said ‘Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes ‘- any Clevedon Club member will tell you that I certainly make some of those, so let’s work together as partners, and see what happens.
The District Chairman Gill Scott
 I am Gill Scott, and I live in Portishead, North Somerset. I am a widow, and have a daughter, Emma, who lives with her husband, Andrew, in Weston Super Mare.  I was made redundant in 2013 from my Senior Management post in Health and Social Care with Bristol City Council, after 36 years’ service. I worked with people with learning disabilities for many years, and also managed services for older people and people with dementia, domiciliary care and residential and day services. I served as a magistrate in Bristol for 10 years, and was also a parent Governor at a number of schools. I am currently Chair of the management Committee of the Voyage Learning Campus in North Somerset.  I was a founder member of the Rotaract Club of Bristol North West ( a very long time ago) and have enjoyed very much being a member of Inner Wheel since 2013. My hobbies are travelling with my friend Hazel and seeing as much of the world as I can. I enjoy going to the cinema and theatre and , of course , Social Tuesdays with my Inner Wheel friends. I am really looking forward to the year ahead, meeting as many people as I can, and getting a real feel for each Club.  People in District 10 work so hard, and do so many fantastic things, it will be nice to put name to faces, and hear all about what has been going on. I am committed to working on Membership issues, and have been a member of the District Membership Committee for a while.  I am often inspired by the words of Ghandi, and he said ‘ whatever you do will be insignificant, but it is very important that you do it so I will work as hard as I can in the coming year, and strive to be the best I can as your District chairman - remembering, though ,that Ghandi also said ‘Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes ‘- any Clevedon Club member will tell you that I certainly make some of those, so let’s work together as partners, and see what happens.
Inner Wheel District 10 
The District Chairman Gill Scott