Welcome to Alnwick Lions.

Who are the LIONS ?

We are Alnwick LIONS a member of LIONS Clubs International. We are affiliated to district 105NE, Zone 3A.
What do we do?
Our members do what they can to help the local community, primarily by raising money through charitable events and then using that money to help people or organisations in need. We also publish a talking newspaper for the visually impaired.
Want to help?
If you interested in learning more about Alnwick LIONS, please email or contact us by phone or text on 0747 849 1669 or come along to one of our meetings and greet the team.
We meet every two weeks at the W.M.C. Alnwick (19.30-21.00)
Need our help?
If you think we could help someone you know or a cause, please CLICK HERE for a Grant Application Form.                                                                  

Bookshop is OPEN.

To all our friends, donors and custumers, we are now re-open.
mon-sat    10.00 - 4.00
sunday      10.00 - 1.30

Alnwick Lions

Donations still welcome.

Although the shop has re-oponed, we are still happy to take donations. You can contact us on FB or our web page Alnwicklions.org.uk or by email secretary@alnwicklions.org.uk or our phone 07478491669 and we will try to arrange collection.

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3 local schoolchildren have staged a bake sale to raise £137 for the victims of the Australian bushfires.
Estie Belshaw, 10, Zara Hately, 9, and Anya Campbell, 9, asked Alnwick Lions if they could collect money for the charity's Australian Fires Appeal.The girls, helped by Estie's younger sister Mamie, hoped to raise £20, but they smashed their target.

The girls, all Swansfield Park Primary School students, held the fund-raiser at the town's Willowburn Sports Centre on Saturday, February 15.
The girls said: "We are really grateful to everyone who supported us and gave money during our fund-raiser.Willowburn for letting us hold the fund-raiser, and Sainsbury's for donating the bear."
"We wanted to do this because it was horrible to think about all of the people and animals who have been hurt, killed or lost their homes during the Australian bushfires.
A massive thank you to the girls from all of us at Alnwick Lions

Centennial Project.

Lions International has been serving all around the world for 100 years, as of the 7th of June 2017, Alnwick Lions club was formed in 1975 and currently has 26 members as part of our centenary celebrations we wanted to find a project that encompassed the Lions ethos of improving our community, we also wanted a project that would leave a mark for the next 100 years, so, to that end Alnwick Lions Club will be working with the children, parents and staff of Swansfield Park School to adopt the public walkway that runs from the entrance to Swansfield Park School, on the Avenue, from there to the railings on Swansfield Park Road , the aim of this Project is to tidy the area up by making good the walkway outside the school,keeping it clear of leafs and mud that runs on to the path and makes the area rather dangerous in the Autumn and Winter month for the young children and their parents to walk on.

Alnwick Lions Club want to work with the pupils, parents,staff and other local organisations to make this area safer for the children and the wider community by improving the retaining wall and planting some new flowers,bushes and to provide more seats.
We are sure that by working together with all interested parties we can raise the funds needed to make this area a safer and pleasant area for the pupils, parents and staff of Swansfield Park School as well as the local community.

Head Teacher Jenny Smith writes
" We are excited about working with the Alnwick Lions to improve the area around our school for the benefit of the wider community. Our children have often voiced their concern about the state of The Cut and we all welcome the opportunity to work on this project We are looking forward to rolling up our selves and getting stuck into this great community project!"

Kind Regards

latest clean up.