As we approach Easter, Braintree Lions have 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 Bull (Braintree) The Nags Head (Braintree)
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
On Saturday the 6th December, the Braintree Lions hosted a Christmas dinner for some of Braintree’s more senior citizens. Nineteen ladies and gentlemen enjoyed a traditional Christmas meal and a visit from Father Christmas. As they had all been good he gave them presents for all
The Lions International Blood Research Appeal (LIBRA) recently received £2,000 at a special cheque presentation with representatives from Braintree Lions Club, following a Real Ale Festival that attracted more than one thousand people from across the south. LIBRA was selected as one of two major beneficiaries of the popular event by Club members. The festival
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.
Our friends at Stationery Solutions collect various items that can be recycled and all the proceeds are donated to Braintree Lions to then use for local causes. Below is their recent Facebook post. Did you know…… That we collect / recycle many things, mainly for Charity? The poster, below, shows the items that we collect,
At our club meeting on Thursday 24th March Braintree Lions were pleased to induct two new Lions into our club. We wish Alan Trigg and Graham Bridgeman all the best, as they join the worlds biggest service organisation.
Braintree Lions were tonight very pleased to welcome John Moss as a new member of our club.
As part of Braintree Lions on going commitment to recycle old spectacles to help others, Lions are also known as ‘Knights of the Blind’, we are really pleased to have sent another 1800 pairs to Lions Clubs in Midhurst and Chichester. We have now recycled so many pairs even we have lost count. If you
Braintree Lions were today very pleased to entertain a group of Braintree’s senior citizens to a Christmas meal.