Monthly archives: October, 2017

LIONS YOUNG ACHIEVER 2017

Recognising the best of youth in Bexhill

Oliver Brookes, a sixteen year old from Bexhill High School, was presented with the award by at the Clubs’ monthly business meeting. His proud parents joined him at the ceremony.

Oliver has been active in the community through his role with the…


AUTUMN FAIR LITTLE COMMON

An exciting Autumn Family Fun Day is being held on Saturday 28th October at Little Common Methodist Church from 11.00am to 3.00pm.

Organised by Bexhill Lions Club with Little Common School and the Methodist Church, this fun event is raising money for Little Common School and the Bexhill Lions Charitable Trust Fund, supporting individuals and groups…


CANADA WAY PLAYGROUND OPINION POLL

The Bexhill-on-Sea Lions Club, supported by Rother District council, are looking into the possibility of increasing the play facilities at Canada Way, Sidley, to include equipment for children aged 7 – 11.

 

We are asking local residents whether they think this would be a good idea and to receive any comments they may have, regardless of…


CAP’N JACK SPARROW YO HO HO AND A BOTTLE OF RUM

Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum! Lion Simon Edwards presented Jack Sparrow aka Aaron Sparrow with a thank you gift for joining the Bexhill Lions carnival float ‘the Pirates of the Caribbean’ and making the day extra special.


BEXHILL LIONS CELEBRATE WITH MAD FISH

Bexhill Lions Club recently held their 46th Anniversary Dinner at the Cooden Beach Hotel ,which was attended by 70 Lions and guests.

Lion President Nick Porter welcomed the Worshipful the Mayor of Bexhill Cllr Tom Graham and the Mayoress Mrs Linda Graham, the Lions’ District Governor, Jackie Robinson and Lion Phil Robinson and Members, family and…


GREEN FINGERED LIONS TO THE RESCUE

The Lions Club was approached by local resident Anthony Perkins in August, through its website. He explained that he had recently moved into a bungalow but the lawn was uneven and full of potholes and the flower beds were overgrown. He suffers from Ataxia Cerebellum, which…


GETTING TO THE CRUTCH OF THE MATTER

Bexhill Lions Club, The Conquest Hospital and Bexhill Caring Community are on a mission to give new life to unwanted crutches and walking sticks

Lion Liz McGlynn, the project organiser said “Crutches and walking sticks are available for hospital patients but recycling them can help the environment, save the NHS money, and also help others in…