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Who are the Lions?

An international organisation of clubs formed to help their local communities.

What about Billericay Lions?

Presently 25 members aged from 30s upwards, we are best known for our annual Christmas Sleigh street collection and our Saturday morning bookstall in the High Street

Club Activities

Fund Raising Is a fundamental part of our activities! As a volunteer organisation we aim to meet the needs of local communities and the world and without fund raising we cannot get that job done.
Our motto is ‘We Serve’
 
Charitable Distribution We are proud to help at the heart of the local community with every penny collected going direct to good causes. Not one penny is spent on administration. Here are some of the people we have supported in the last 24 months.

Essex Search and Rescue, Forging Men, Sightsavers, P.H.A.B, Billericay in Bloom, Mayflower High School, ReVitalise, SADS, BOSP, Gone too Soon Friends of Lake Meadows, Hamelin Trust, Grapevine. Hearts and Minds, BWB Gang Show, Billericay Community Cinema, Senior Citizens’ Concert, Chernobyl Children, Harry's Day, Billericay Parkrun, Forget Me Café, Parkinsons (Billericay Branch) Billericay & Wickford Scouts, Anvil House, The Samaritans, Mayflower Performing Arts, Methodist Church Xmas Lunch, EDT Go4Set (Billericay School), The Royal British Legion, Barrow Farm RDA, Billericay Xmas Lights, International Disability Swimming Gala, Contact the Elderly, Samaritans Purse, Marie Curie, Homestart, Billericay Art Trail.
 
Community Service Some help involves time rather than money. We have a regular commitment to provide weekly assistance to a local social club for senior citizens, and two of our members spend time helping local school children with an engineering development programme.
 
Social We run an active programme of social events for the benefit of members, their families and friends. Apart from an annual dinner dance, these have included quiz and games nights, rambles,  Sunday lunches and evening meals,  theatre trips, wine and cheese evenings, sporting events etc.

What Commitment is required?

Being in a Lions club can be a busy pastime but, with the activities shared between the members, it is good fun and isn’t too onerous. Club meetings are once a fortnight and there are sub committees as well to organise different aspects of the club’s activities.

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0845 833 9849