Roary is Feeling a Little Deflated
Our mascot Roary is feeling a little deflated. He's not been out for a while and is missing meeting his fans. We are looking for someone to put the life back into Roary. Could that be you? He likes to get out 4 or 5 times a year to meet young and old alike. He loves having his photo taken and hi-5 ing his young fans. If you fancy channelling your inner Lion, please send a message. Roary would love to hear from you!
The club recently honoured two individuals with its highest award.
Lion Drew completed a successful year as president of the club and handed over the chain of office to Lion Di Merchant at a recent meeting.
2017 is the year Lions Clubs around the world are celebrating 100 years of Service in the heart of their local communities. As part of these celebrations, the 770+ Clubs in Britain and Ireland have been challenged to meet a series of targets centred on health, youth, supporting others, the environment and recognising local achievers.
As we approach the half way point in this our Centennial Year, the Lions Club of Newbury proudly records its achievements to date in 2017.
The Newbury Lions were at the Yattendon and Frilsham Village Fete on the Late May Bank Holiday with our roundabout.
All the members of the Lions Club of Newbury are delighted to welcome Lion Sally-Jane to the Club.