…after a hot, Saturday afternoon’s work at the Yantlet flats, weeding and tidying the large flowerbed in the residents’ garden. Six very full bags of weeds, self-seeded rogue plants and bits of rubbish collected. Thanks to Jill for arranging, and Jim and Mark for looking after us (lovely orange squash). We hope to be back. A good job jobbed!
Our Facebook FeedLions Club of Leigh on SeaDuring the COVID crisis, we've seen just how important our open spaces have become, so we were pleased to join with others in the community in supporting FOLLG's appeal to improve our much loved Library Gardens.
One of Lions' key causes is the environment, and having quality green space is vital to people's well-being. We feel that the new path will make the Gardens more accessible, as well as generally improving the appearance and usability of the space.Lions Club of Leigh on SeaAre you a young person helping in your Community?
We are looking for suitable candidate(s) for the Lions Ambassador of the 21st Century Scheme.
The aim of the scheme is to recognise, encourage and support young people actively involved in the welfare of the community. Past candidates were involved with helping younger and older people with disabilities, hospital radio, and projects to improve the environment, promote healthier lifestyles and even crime prevention.
To be eligible, candidates must have reached their 15th
birthday, but not their 19th birthday, on or before 30th
Candidates selected by the judging panel will be eligible
for the Jubilee Sailing Trust Shipshape Award and may
be able to attend as a crew member on one of their tall
Contact Lion Rex Palmer (firstname.lastname@example.org) for