Archive | June, 2013

Hand Over Mark II

Lion Keith writes – Lion Annetta and myself feel we must say how very much we enjoyed the Handover Dinner evening. A big thank you to President Tom for all the hard work put into organising this event. The meal was superb as was the champagne reception on arrival. A lovely summer evening added to […]

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Hand Over Report

Lion Ailsa writes – Bristol Brunel Lions Handover Night was held on Tuesday 18th June at the Aztec Hotel. President Kate Taylor started off proceedings by inducting our newest member, Jonathan Tullett, into the club and after thanking the members for their support during her year. Her last task was to present members with various […]

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Another Great Day as a Lion

Lion Bill writes – Saturday 7th June started in brilliant sunshine at Bradley Stoke Festival with a cup of tea and a bacon sandwich before setting up our stalls for the day. This was the first outing of the year for our famous Flying Frog Game, always popular and great fun for all ages. It’s […]

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Follow That Car!

Duncan writes – It was a perfect sunny summer’s day when I very mixed bunch of Lions and their friends set off on the WILTSHIRE WANDER RUN.  This was a light, non-competitive drive through the Wiltshire countryside following simple clues. (At least I thought they were simple).  We stopped off at the Rose and Crown […]

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Two Wonderful Donations

President Kate writes – Almost a year ago when I became President I pledged that we would try to support two very deserving local charities.  It was a great feeling to have been able to give a donation of £1000 each to Cedar Community Care and Nicola Corry Support Foundation.  A job well done.

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Thank Heavens!

President Kate writes – John always has a habit of taking a photo at the WRONG moment.  Here are all the members who attended my last Business Meeting with me in the chair.  It looks as if I am looking towards Heaven and saying ‘Thank Heaven its all over’ which I wasn’t.  Perhaps I was […]

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