Swale Lions Club, The Appleyard, Ave of Remembrance, Sittingbourne ME10 4DE
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Borden Village Fete

Swale Lions are enjoying themselves at Borden Village Fete

Changeover Dinner

Swale Lions Club enjoyed their changeover meal last night at the Appleyard where Lion President Gill handed over to Matt

Grove Park School Fete

Swale Lions are at Grove Park School Fete

Swale Lions Club “Keeping pupils Safe”

As part of their local community service, members of Swale Lions sought a way to help local children by keeping them safe whilst out on school trips and came up with the idea of providing Hi Visibility Tabards emblazoned with the individual schools logo as well as the clubs own. Lion Sid Morris (Club Membership…
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Charter Dinner 2017

Swale Lions enjoyed our Charter dinner this year and we presented our logest serving member Terry with his Melvin Jones Fellowship Award to find out more about an MJF award click here. 

Swale Lions give Santa a helping hand.

Members of Swale Lions Club had no hesitation when they received a request to play Santa and help provide a Christmas party for the residents of a homeless family sheltered housing scheme in Sittingbourne. Plough Court provides secure accommodation for one and 2 parent homeless families with young children up to 4 years of age,…
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Christmas Collections

Thank you very much from swale lions club for all the support we received from the people of swale during our christmas collections this year.

Art in the Park

Swale Lions had a fantastic day at Art in the Park this year. Thakn you to everyone who cam to say hello to us.

Changeover

Swale has had a lovely evening at our changeover meal where Margaret took over from Matt as our president for this year. 

Who says fundraising isn’t fun?

Lester the Lion and Catey the Clown set off with other members of Swale Lions Club on an evenings Pub Trawl and after an hilarious evening visiting 25 public houses from one end of Sittingbourne to the other, our intrepid friends had been photographed umpteen times with and by late night revelers, had been cuddled…
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