Braintree Real Ale Festival

Braintree Real Ale Festival

Each year Braintree Lions, in partnership with North-West Essex CAMRA, organise a Real Ale & Cider Festival

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The Tom Dix Train

The Tom Dix Train

Braintree Lions have been taking their train to schools and fetes for over 30 years. Giving children, young and old, rides.

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Message in a Bottle

Message in a Bottle

This simple and free project is designed to help save lives in the event of a medical emergency.

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Recycling Glasses

Recycling Glasses

Lions are known for the 'Sight work'. This is just one of the projects we support.

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Easter and Braintree Lions

At Easter, Braintree Lions will placed Easter Eggs in ten local pubs and a town centre business. These eggs are being raffled with all proceeds going to local causes. If you would like to purchase tickets, to win one of these eggs, please visit  the selected pubs and Stationary  Soutions in town. The Draw will

Lions Santa Street Collection

2nd December Clare Road with Guides 4th December Acorn Avenue with Js. Hospice  5th December Cressing with Cressing 6th December Kings Park with Tabor Centre 9th December Marks Farm with Mencap 10th December Notley 1 11th December Rayne with Macmillian & Helen Rolleson 13th December Fairveiw with Great Bradfords school Juniors 16th December Fairveiw with

Christmas Raffle

Braintree Lions are again hold our Annual  Raffle. Draw to be made by Santa on Wednesday 1 th December at The KING WILLIAM IV London Road CM77 7PU. Tickets are £1.00 each.     First prize £200 meat voucher from a well known local butcher.  Second prize £100 Braintree Village Shopping Voucher  Third prize £50

Braintree Real Ale Festival 2020

Our 2020 Festival We will be open from 11am to 11pm on Thursday 11th June, Friday 12th June and Saturday 14th June Entry £2 + £2 deposit for the glass. Free entry to CAMRA and Lion members at all times. See you there.

Marie Currie

Marie Curie Collection 2019

On 24th March Braintree Lions were collecting, at Tesco Great Notley, for the annual Marie Curie appeal. We are very please to announce that the total amount collected by Braintree Lions amounted to a fantastic £550. This is an amazing amount and we would like to thank all of you who so generously donated.

The Lions Way of Working

Braintree Lions are members of Lions Clubs International. We are part of a global network of 1.4 million volunteers. When a humanitarian crisis strikes, Lions Clubs International Foundation work with and are guided by their own Lions members who are ordinary people present on the ground. As the World’s largest voluntary, non-governmental organisation, our volunteers

Riding for the Disabled Association

Lions Club members recently agreed to support the Twinstead and Braintree Riding for the Disabled Association based at Rayne and in the photograph is Lion President Roger Abbott presenting a cheque for £600 to members of the Association.