Community Service


 

Through our projects we aim to include all sections of the community.

For the Young at Heart

Summer garden parties for a relatively small number of guests.

Coach tour with afternoon tea to the coast, or other attractions such as  Kew Gardens, or Wisley.

Afternoon tea party with entertainment for approx 90 guest near to Christmas.

Regular visits with music and entertainment are made to local residential and care homes.

Young People 

International Peace Poster Contest: 

We invite pupils aged 11,12, and 13 from local schools to say how important world peace is to their future by entering the Lions International Peace Poster Contest. We look for the poster which best depicts the theme set annually by Lions Clubs Internal.  No words just pictures.

Young Ambassadors of the 21st Century:

The aim of this scheme is to recognise, encourage and support young people aged 15 to 19 who are actively involved in community service work.  In the past candidates have been involved in helping the disabled or the elderly, conservation projects, crime prevention, promoting healthier lifestyles, hospital radio, St John Ambulance, Scouts, and Guides.

Cash bursaries are awarded at each stage of the contest.  If you would like to nominate a young person for this award please CONTACT US via the link above.

Young Leaders in Service: 

To recognise and reward young people who are serving their local community with a Silver Award for 50 hours service  and Gold Award for 100 hours service.  Please contact us for more details if you would like to take part or if you know a young person who would.

Support to individuals:

Donations have been made to support young people with educational projects and to volunteer overseas.

 

 If you can help, or know someone who needs help - please click on 'CONTACT US' or phone 0845 833 7353

         

PRIDE IN THE COMMUNITY