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Santa Visiting the Lions Shop on Lights on night

Friday 30th November

Bring your children along to see Santa Admission FREE,  1-santa-reindeergif

JASS Kids from (Hornsea community Primary School)

Three children and (mum) who raised funds for us and our Para-Teds through the JASS Initiative of the school in association with HDLC.

Below- Receive a Certificate of  THANKS from Lion President Mel. With VP Jenny our schools co-ordinator,

Above The funds raised and the Teddies are delivered  we  need now to deliver to Hornsea Ambulence Station. [Photo Courtesy of Andrea Kirk -(Hornsea Gazette) ]

An  Eye-Camp in Nepal 2017 partly sponsored by Hornsea Lions Club     This is just some of the many photos sent to us

Just £500 to restore the sight of 120 people.............................

Hornsea District Lions Club 

Is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation. No 1171122

Serving Hornsea and surrounding Villages since 1967

Memorial Chair at Hornsea School

The late Ian Monkman was a pupil at HSLC and in later life was involved in football training for the pupils . He was also the coach for Hornsea Sporting FC . He was a great friend of the Lions and along with Lion Mick Parry, organised two fantastic Junior Football Tournaments using the Hornsea School and Language College Pitches.

Therefore, when it was decided to purchase a Bench in his memory, the obvious location for it was close to the School Pitches.

Thanks to the efforts of Lion President Ken Thorpe and Head Groundsman Nigel Sauby, the Bench is now in location.

His widow, Alison said she “thought it was a very kind gesture by the Lions and it is nice to see Ian being honoured in this way”

Lp Ken said”It was fitting that we should honour Ian, as he did a tremendous amount of work on behalf of Hornsea Sporting FC and the Lions Football tournaments” for the benefit of the local youth teams.

The photograph shows Alison with two of her sons, Joe and Craig with LP Ken Lion Mel Watson and Nigel Sauby .

Lions Peace Poster Winner

The club is an active participant in the Lions International Peace Poster contest. The aim of the contest is to encourage young people aged between 11 and 13 to think about Peace, creatively express what it means to them and to share their own unique visions with the world.

We are fortunate that Hornsea School and Language College (especially Head of Art department Jenny Egan) encourages the students to take part. Once again, this year, we had a very impressive display of paintings , when judging took place on the 6th November. The one selected to represent the Club in the District Finals, was produced by KATIE CHOU (who, incidentally, came second last year in the local judging) She was  presented with a £50 prize and a certificate at our club meeting by LP Ken Thorpe. Well done Katie.

Second prize (£30) was awarded to ALISTAIR CONNER. With the third prize (£20) going to CAITLLIN MATTOCK.          Congratulations to all the winners and a big thank you to all that took part.

 We are really pleased to announce that Katie’s poster was selected as the winning entry in the District Finals (there are 55 clubs in the District) which were held in Doncaster on Saturday 11th November. Her poster will now progress to the Multiple District Finals later in the year.

She will be presented with another certificate in recognition of winning the District Final.

Katie’s family (who own the Newbegin Chinese Takeaway) were kind enough to come to the Golf club for the presentationweb Peace Poster 2017 001JPG    Peace Poster Prersentationjpeg

Collecting for Children in Need with PUDSEY BEAR At Tesco Hornsea

Our Thanks to the Management and Staff at Tesco whilst we collected during the event. Also to the Children of Hornsea Community Primary School who Bag-packed and Raised £157.36 

Our Total this year is


Fantastic Thank You to Hornsea

After a request from Ms Sallie Hammond to renew the Lion Ken Bell Memorial Bench outside Atwick Church, here the "Bell" family receive the chair on behalf of the people of Atwick.  17th September 2017

Our Lions International Centenial Project aslo Celebrates 50 Years of Lions in Hornsea

The New Bandstand after a recent Snow shower.

Photo Courtesy of Andrea Kirk -(Hornsea Gazette)

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