Holsworthy Lions Club

Welcome!

 

Holsworthy Lions Club is just one of sixty four other clubs in District 105SW and is one of the most active clubs in the region. We currently have 16 members and we are all volunteers, ordinary people from a mix of backgrounds who use our individual skills, collectively, to help anyone less fortunate than ourselves. The club proudly serves the local community by raising funds from a variety of events held throughout the year. We try to put the fun into fundraising at all of our events, so please help us achieve our aims by supporting us in any way you can.

 

        

Annual Speed Pool Competition Great Success

The Holsworthy Lions annual Speed Pool Competition took place on the evening of Thursday 11th April, in eight separate venues, in and around Holsworthy.

The object of the game is for teams of six players to play in strict rotation and to pocket as many balls as they can in one hour, as well as, most importantly, raise as much sponsorship as they can.

This year's highest scoring team was the The Shed with an amazing 515 balls pocketed, they also had the highest scoring individual with 105 balls.

Although the sport is highly competitive, the Lions Club is always most grateful for the sponsor monies raised. This years winner of 'the most sponsorship raised' trophy is the team from The Holsworthy Social Club, a staggering £517!

Our thanks go to all of the supporting venues and their teams who took part.

The Old Market Inn, Holsworthy; The White Hart, Holsworthy; Holsworthy Social Club; RBL Magpie Club, Holsworthy; Bradworthy Social Club; The Bridge Inn, Bridgrule; The Shed, Holsworthy; and previous winners of most sponsorship, The Village Inn, Ashwater;

Click here for results

Click here for photos

 

Join the Lions

Membership of a Lions club is both challenging and rewarding. If you feel you could add something to our club, then come and join us at one of our social meetings at the White Hart, Holsworthy, on the 3rd Thursday of the month and you too could be doing some amazing things.

Check out the Lions Rap Video (click here)

Code of Ethics and Lions Clubs International Purposes

Fund Raising

We raise money by holding a variety of events throughout the year. Some are organised in aid of specific causes but many others raise funds that are used to provide aid to local groups, charities or individuals who request our help. These are just some of a long list of beneficiaries helped by our fund raising.

Click on name for information about these beneficiaries

Holsworthy Playgroup

Bridgerule Early Years

Holworthy HELP
Bradworthy Playing Fields Tarka Contact Centre Cancer Research
Memorial Hall Holsworthy College Macmillan Cancer
Scout Hut Refurbishment North Devon Hospital Chemo Unit Youth Club
Holsworthy Carnival Holsworthy Cricket Club Holsworthy Primary
Devon Air Ambulance Whizz-Kidz

Senior Citizens

Panto Visit

Cornwall Air Ambulance Holsworthy Gymnastics Club Holsworthy Army Cadet Force
Holsworthy Primary School Football Kit WaterAid Pathfields School

Easter Egg Draws

£1700 pounds raised with Easter Egg Draws in local Pubs

Many thanks to all who took part, and special thanks to the Pub landlords and their staff who helped to acheive this sum.

Click here for list of monies raised

 

Message in a bottle

Free to use service to help the authorities identify your medical needs in case of emergency

Read more at UK Lions Message In a Bottle

International President's Blog

Our international President for this year is Wing-Kun Tam

CLICK HERE TO KEEP UP TO DATE WITH SOME OF OUR INTERNATIONAL SERVICE AND HUMANITARIAN AID PROJECTS

 

Events 2012

November 2012

Thursday 7th

Club Business Meeting

The White Hart 8pm

Sunday 18th

Fun Day for the Disabled

Invites available from any South West Lions Club CLICK HERE FOR LIST

Thursday 21st

Club Social Meeting

The White Hart 8pm

December 2012

Thursday 5th

Club Business meeting

The White Hart 8pm

Sunday 9th

Christmas tree erection in The Square!

Come and join us if you feel fit!

Sunday16th

Childrens Christmas Party in the Memorial Hall

3.00pm - 6.00pm

Disco + Punch and Judy + Games + Father Christmas

Tickets available from members at £1.00 each (Adults and Children)

Numbers are restricted on a 'first come first served' basis

Wednesday 18th

Coffee Morning at the Memorial Hall

Christmas draw made at 12 noon

Tickets available from members and at our stall in the Square on Wednesdays and Saturdays

Thursday 19th

Club Social Meeting

The White Hart 8pm

January 2013

Thursday 3rd

Club Business meeting

The White Hart 8pm

Thursday 17th

Club Social Meeting

The White Hart 8pm

Satursday 19th

Senior Citizens New Year Luncheon Party (Invited Guests)

 

 

 

 

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