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Hornsea Floral Hall
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ACCEPTANCE OF ELECTRICAL ITEMS
Due to the ever increasing cost and restrictions on disposing of unsold electrical Items.
we regret from the 01st of OCTOBER 2016
we regret that we will no longer accept electrical items other than normal lighting.
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Forth Coming Events
Floral Hall 08 Jan 2016
Santa visited Hornsea Museum
Wednesday 21st December
Some Images Here as a PDF (opens in New Window)
Each year, Lions clubs International sponsor a Peace poster competition to emphasize the importance of world peace to you people everywhere. It is for artists aged between 11 and 13 yrs.
This year, Hornsea Lions arranged for students at HSLC to take part. With the encouragement of the Head of the Art department, Mrs Jenny Egan, 100 students took part!!
There were some excellent entries, with Rebecca Ainger being chosen as the outright winner. As a result, her painting was submitted, as Hornsea Lions entry in the next stage of the competition where it was judged against entries from the other 55 clubs in the District.
We are pleased to report that her Poster was placed 3rd overall . A fantastic achievement.
Lion President Mike Johnson said he was impressed by the expression and creativity of the students at HSLC.” It is obvious that these young people have strong ideas about what peace means to them. I’m so proud that we were able to provide them with the opportunity to share their visions”
Rebecca, along with her parents, was invited to our recent meeting at the Golf Club, where she was presented with a Certificate and Book Tokens to the value of £50 to honour her achievement.
A second prize of £30 was presented to Jessica Hammond. Third prize with a prize of £20 went to Katie Chau.
Congratulations to all that took part.
Sunday 4th Dec
@ Hornsea Floral Hall
Santa was in His Grotto
and we gave away Hot Drinks
At Hornsea Lights On Night
Friday 25th November
At the Lions Shop.
( all Free)
Celebrating 100 years of Lions
Children of the School Council of Hornsea Primary School
planted 100 Bulbs.
Our Thanks to Mr Thompson for digging the holes
.and for Miss Thompson their teacher for this photo.
Lion VP. Ken starts the first hole with IPP Jenny and School govonor Mrs Dixon looking on.
All School within our area will be given 100 Bulbs to Plant