Welcome to Abingdon Lions Club

Who are Abingdon Lions?

lion in costume croppedWe are a group of local people, who volunteer our time to help our community.  

We are a small part of an international organisation, Lions International.

Abingdon Lions Club Charitable Trust is a registered charity (no. 1055471).

How do we help our community?

Lions are community service orientated, we give our time, but to help this along we raise money, which we can then use to help those in most need.

How do we raise money?

In the summer months we attend various events with our Lions Tombola, At Christmas we run the Santa Sleigh that goes around the streets of Abingdon and surrounding villages.

Santa sitting on their sleigh

Ongoing projects

Message in a bottle and wallet

Message in a Bottle bottlesA simple idea to help people to keep their personal and medical details in an accessible place for paramedics.

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Spectacle and hearing aid recycling

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Recycling spectacles and hearing aids 

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Defibrillators in the Community

Buying and installing several defibrillators around Abingdon

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How can I get a grant or request funding?

If you are a charity or organisation you can fill out one of our grant forms. If you are a person in need or want help with something, then please get in contact

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Interested in joining us?

Abingdon Lions are currently looking for more volunteers. The more Lions we have the more we can achieve, not only maintaining what we do currently but to grow as well.

We meet monthly to plan activities and consider welfare requests. some members also meet up for a weekly coffee or breakfast

If you are over 18, and can spare a little time why not find out more.

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Coming to a Village Fete near you

Our Lions Team will be visiting local fetes. detials will be added to the events list. We will be binging out every popular cuddly Lions tombola, but will also being along Message is an bottle (and wallet) and be able to collect your used spectacles.


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Forthcoming events

August

2024

Venue 

Time/Details 

Sat 3rd

Fleet Lions 16th Beerfest

The Harlington GU51 4BY

11am & 5.30pm

Mon 26th

Summer bank holiday

 

 

September

2024

Venue 

Time/Details 

Mon 9th

Loddon Valley Lions Charity Golf Day

Bishopswood Golf Course Tadley RG26 4AT

From 12.30pm

October

2024

Venue 

Time/Details 

Sun 13th

Cabinet Meeting

TBA

10:30 - 12.30

Thu 31st

Halloween

 

 

November

2024

Venue 

Time/Details 

Sun 10th

Remembrance Sunday

 

 

Sat 30th

St Andrew's Day

 

 

December

2024

Venue 

Time/Details 

Wed 25th

Christmas Day

 

 

Thu 26th

Boxing Day

 

 

January

2025

Venue 

Time/Details 

Wed 1st

New Year's Day

 

 

Sun 19th

Cabinet Meeting

Zoom

10:30 - 12.30

March

2025

Venue 

Time/Details 

Sat 1st

St David's Day

 

 

Mon 17th

St Patrick's Day

 

 

Fri 21st

Cabinet Meeting at Convention

TBA

15:30 - 16.30

Sun 30th

Mothering Sunday

 

 

April

2025

Venue 

Time/Details 

Fri 18th

Good Friday

 

 

Mon 21st

Easter Monday

 

 

Wed 23rd

St George's Day

 

 

May

2025

Venue 

Time/Details 

Mon 5th

Early May bank holiday

 

 

Sat 10th

MD 105 British Isles 73rd Annual Convention

Llandudno

Weekend

Sun 18th

Cabinet Meeting

TBA

10:30 - 12.30

Mon 26th

Spring bank holiday

 

 

June

2025

Venue 

Time/Details 

Sun 1st

Loddon Valley Lions Tadley Treacle Fair

Saunders Fields Tadley RG26 4FF

11:00am - 4.00pm

Sun 15th

Father's Day

 

 

July

2025

Venue 

Time/Details 

T.B.C.

Handover Lunch

TBA

12:30pm

Fri 4th

International Convention

Mexico City, Mexico

Weekend+

The above dates may change without warning

Meetings

We meet at the Abingdon Conservative Club on the second Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm.

If you would like to know more please use the Contact Us form or email contact@abingdonlions.org.uk

Mailing address only:

4 Rivy Close, Abingdon OX14 3XT

Abingdon

Abingdon-on-Thames is a pleasant market town of about 35,000 inhabitants on the banks of the River Thames. 

Its history goes back many thousands of years and the town claims to be the oldest continuously inhabited town in the country. 

You can find out much more by visiting www.abingdon.gov.uk.