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LIONS HELP IMPROVE A LIFE

Charlotte is a 16 year old, who has quadriplegic cerebral palsy. Until recently she was a full time wheelchair user as she cannot stand or sit. She is transferred into her bed and bath by a hoist.

Her dedicated mum Julie contacted Bexhill Lions Club asking if they could help with special needs equipment. Julie explains…


Peace poster competition

Students’ creative talent express their hopes

Young talent was on show when local senior schools entered this years’ Lions International Peace Poster competition. This encourages youngsters to show their artistic ability as well as expressing their view, aspirations and hopes for peace. This year the theme was  “A celebration of Peace” .

Entries were judged by Members…


BEXHILL LIONS HELP WITH BEACH CLEAN UP

On Saturday morning Members of Bexhill Lions Club together with family members joined around 60 other local residents on the first beach clean of the year.
Many sacks of rubbish were collected together with 3 supermarket trolleys which had been pushed over the cliffs.
Lion Terry gave a demonstration of his “mountain goat” style cliff…


BE ACTIVE ON DLWP LAWNS THIS SUNDAY 19TH 2016

Active Rother are holding an event on the Lawns of the DLWP on Sunday 19th June. The show is called BeActive and starts @ 10.00am until 15.00pm.  Learn all about Bexhill Lions Club on stand 14 the stand is manned by members who will be able to give you details of forthcoming events + membership


LIFE SAVER AT BEXHILL ACADEMY

A life saving defibrillator is now available at Bexhill Academy thanks to the generosity of the Supporters of Bexhill Academy and Bexhill Lions Club. The two groups have funded this much needed critical piece of equipment.

Receiving the defibrillator on behalf of the Academy, Tracey Holden, of the Supporters of Bexhill Academy, said “ We are…


FLOOD DISASTER’S UK

Following the recent flood disasters especially in the North of England there have been many donations made by Government as well as local volunteers and organisations.  Lions International is always willing and able to provide funds in cases of extreme difficulty and in this regard a disaster  fund has been created in order to allow…


HOMECALL BENEFITS FROM LIONS “RECYCLE FOR SIGHT”

Homecall, a local voluntary home visiting service for blind and partially sighted people in Bexhill and surrounding areas, recently asked Bexhill Lions for help.

It was founded in 1985 to recruit, train and support volunteer visitors for a home visiting scheme. With the challenges of running a modern day charity in terms of volunteer coordination, administration,…


BEXHILL RESIDENTS CHANGE LIVES – ONE PAIR AT A TIME

In just about any dresser drawer, one can find a pair of spectacles that are no longer being used. That same pair of eyeglasses can change another person’s life.

On October 8th , designated Lions World Sight Day, members of Bexhill Lions Club took boxes of spectacles, donated by local residents to Chichester which is the…


SUPPORT FOR “PUDSEY BEAR”!

UPDATE STOP PRESS

Pudsey says “Thank You”

Bexhill Lions Club would like to thank everybody who donated to the Children in Need collections last Friday and Saturday.

Organiser Colin Rands said “In spite of some terrible weather the residents of Bexhill generously donated a total of £569.71 to this appeal. I would also like to thank Lions members…


LIONS IN LEDERHOSEN

 

Bexhill Lions Club held the first OktoberFest at the weekend with some 70 people, many in costume, coming along to have some fun whilst raising money for charity.The evening started with German sausages, sauerkraut, pretzels and apple strudel complimented by a selection of german beers and wine.

This was followed by “Lions in Lederhosen” a laugh…