Welcome, from the Lions of 105A
A Warm welcome from Ramesh Parmar, District Governor 2014 - 2015 to the District 105A Website.
International President Joe Preston invites all
clubs to participate in Centennial Service Challenge
Lions Clubs International will be celebrating 100 years of service in 2017. International President Joe Preston is inviting Lions to be part of this special moment in the organisations history by supporting a new global service initiative to celebrate the Lions Clubs Centennial.
The Centennial Service Challenge explains International President, “encourages Lions around the world to serve 100 million people by December 2017.
“Every club can play a part in reaching our goal.” explains Lion Preston on how Lions can join the Centennial Service Challenge:
- Host service projects throughout the year that impact Youth, Vision, Hunger or the Environment.
- Report your service activities through the Service Activity Report on MyLCI.
- Earn a Centennial Banner Patch with a progressive gemstone design for each year your club participates.
International President added: “As Lions, we know that a single act of service can change a life. But when 1.35 million members come together to serve, we can change the world.”
International President Lion Preston invites clubs to start planning next year’s service projects to help meet “our goal of serving 100 million people”
For further information about the Centennial Service Challenge.
Lions invited to join Leos
at this year's District Quiz
Lions Clubs are invited to support Leo’s in the District Leo Clubs Quiz on the 13th September 2014 at Savoy Court Community Centre, as well as enter teams to participate comprising parents and siblings of Leo’s ...To browse full story
Seven Lions Clubs join hands to help "Maggies"
PDG Lion Alan Kings presenting the cheque on behalf of the Oxfordshire Lions with Lions from all participating Clubs present.
Seven Lions Clubs, from (Abingdon, Banbury, Carterton, Henley on Thames, Thame, Wantage and Witney ) all worked together to sponsor a day at ‘Maggies’ Oxford. ...To browse full story
Diabetes Awareness and Screening
in the Community takes centre stage
Letchworth Garden City and Baldock Lions club organised a Diabetes Awareness and screening in the community on its annual fun day on 19 July.2014. There were also support from Biggleswade Lions club promoting” Message in Wallet” and Stevenage Carrey’s Mill club for Lionism awareness. District Officer Lion Roheet Mehta was also in attendance....To browse full story
Prospective new Lions Club members are shown the light
Present at the the orientation from left to right were PDG Eric, (seated extreme left) VDG, Meena, GMT Officer Kadu, DO Ravina, (standing extreme right) PDG John, DG Ramesh and 1st VDG Brinda
Orientation meeting with prospective new members took place on 30th July 2014 at the Lebanese Restaurant in Park Royal, London.
the prospective members were informed on what Lions do, not only locally but worldwide and given a brief on the structure of Lions Clubs International.
The ones who attended had a very relaxed and enjoyable time and are looking forward to forming a new club probably in October 2014.
Kenton Lions "Contact the Elderly" to
provide companionship and support
Kenton Lions were presented with a UK volunteering award for outstanding services to the elderly. Kenton Lions Club through Lion Vivian Raggett learnt about the project back in 2007 and club...To browse full story
Rotating towards Lions at Wanstead and Woodford
From left to right, Induction by VDG Meena Gupta, former Rotarian Harvinder Singh Virdee, sponsor Lion Harbinder Manku, Narinder Singh Mann and sponsor Lion Tejsatwant Singh Bansal.
Every Lions Club perform handovers and inductions, but what is intriguing about this induction at Wanstead and Woodford Lions Club is that the two new members are Rotarians who have now joined Lions.
Harvinder Singh Virdee who is no longer a Rotarian was sponsored by Lion Harbinder Manku and Narinder Singh Mann who remains a Rotarian was sponsored by Lion Tejsatwant Singh Bansal.
Golders Green Lions raise £5,500
for great Ormond Street Hospital
Lions Club of Golders Green presented
Leo Risha bags £500 Bert Mason Bursary
awarded by International President Barry Palmer
Leo Risha of Leo Club of London-Hendon secured the Bert Mason Bursary for £500 and a plaque awarded by International President Lion Barry Palmer..To browse full story click here
Biggleswade Sandy Lions support
Diabetes UK through thriple marathon
Lions Barry and Pauline Livesey, members of Biggleswade Sandy Lions Club have three running daughters all of whom have helped the club over the years raise funds from a “guess the time to complete the London Marathon” effort ..To browse full story click here
Youngest ever candidate vying for top honor
Left to right: Lion Minesh Mehta District Young Ambassador Officer and Gregory Wade
Gregory Wade sponsored by the Lions Club of Seven Kings went on to the Multiple District 105 finals as the youngest ever candidate to take part at only 15 for the The Young Ambassador of the 21st Century over the weekend of 21st – 23rd February 2014...To browse full story click here.
Osterley’s 8th Charter Night draws excellent support
Over 150 guests came to support the Osterley Lions Club 8th Charter Night Celebration at the Indian GymKahana, Hounslow...To browse full story click here.
Witney Lions respond to local council's
request for help with Christmas celebration
When the local town council said it couldn’t afford to stage the Christmas Lights this year, Witney Lions Club came to the rescue to run the event – the Witney Christmas Fayre...To browse full story click here.
Ealing Lions raise £5,000 for two hospital charities
Ealing Lions Club’s musical evening on 1st June 2013 raised £5,000 for Great Ormond Street Children’s Charity and the Royal Hospital for Neuro Disability...To browse full story click here.
Wembley Lions race to help local scouts group