Category: Community

BEXHILL WHEEL AND WALK – MOBILITY SCOOTER GRAND PARADE

We’re excited to announce our new event…the Bexhill Wheel and Walk 2018 with a Grand Parade of Mobility Scooters! This is a fun, friendly and colourful event for mobility scooter users, wheelchair users and walkers of all ages, shapes and sizes – everyone’s welcome! It’s on Sunday 16th September. Online registration is now closed please…


BEXHILL LIONS 47th CHARTER ANNIVERSARY DINNER & ENTERTAINMENT

Lion President Clare Kersley invites you to Bexhill Lions’ 47th Charter Dinner on 22nd September 2018

Charter Date: Saturday 22nd September 2018
Location: The Cooden Beach Hotel, Bexhill-on-Sea TN39 4TT
Timing: 18.30 to be seated by 19.00
Price: £31.50…


“LIONSTONES”ON PARADE AT CARIVAL18

On Saturday July 28th 2018, Members of the Club took part in…


LIONS AND BSAG @ THE 1066 CYCLING FEST

Lions and BSAG at the 1066 Cycling Festival. The Bexhill Lions were out with their popular BBQ at this year’s event on the DLWP lawns, rustling up their tasty Burgers and Hot dogs. The special of the day was a “World Cup Burger” which proved to be very popular.

The Bexhill…


BEXHILL SKATEPARK ACTION GROUP (BSAG)

Members of the Bexhill Skatepark Action Group(BSAG) were at the Sussex Day celebrations,raising awareness of their campaign for a new skatepark. Their new banner, sponsored by Bexhill Lions, was carried from Galley Hill  by members on their skateboards, to the terrace…


LIONS HELP FUND GLYNE GAP SCHOOL’S MULTI-SENSORY PLAYGROUND

Bexhill Lions Club has donated £1,000 towards the cost of the new playground at Glyne Gap School. The special needs school has pupils with severe and profound  learning disabilities, many with other additional needs including physical and sensory conditions.

In presenting the cheque to Veronique Pullen, PA to the Headteacher, Bexhill Lions’ Vice  President,…


KING OFFA PUPILS TO THE RESCUE

When Shianna and Blake attended the Safety in Action awareness event, run by East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service, little did they know that soon they would be putting into practice what they had learned. The Year 6 pupils from King Offa School did particularly well in the first aid session – learning…


WHAT PEACE MEANS TO LOCAL PUPILS

Creative talent was on show when two local senior schools entered the Lions International Peace Poster competition. This encourages youngsters to show their artistic ability as well as expressing their view, aspirations and hopes for peace with the theme “The Future of Peace”.

 

Entries were judged by Members of Bexhill Lions with a winner being chosen…


ST. MARY’S PUPILS PAINT FOR PEACE

Pupils throughout the school and college recently held their own Lions’ Peace Poster competition, with over 30 students taking part and the winner being selected by members of the Bexhill Lions Club.

Lion Sue Cassell, Head of the Youth committee said “We wanted to give St Mary’s students the opportunity to express what peace means to…


THE BELLS JINGLED ALL THE WAY TO BEXHILL LIONS

 

The annual Christmas Appeal by Bexhill Lions Club was a great success raising over £6,300 which will be used to support local good causes.

Lion President Nick Porter said “I continue to be amazed at the generosity of the people of Bexhill, demonstrating their caring and their support of the Lions’ Annual Christmas Appeal. On behalf…