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Lions Annual Changeover Lunch

Battle and Villages Lions Club held their Annual Changeover Lunch on a hot and sunny lunch time at the Red Lion Inn in Brede, an Inn which is one of the Clubs supporters. At the lunch on Sunday 1st July, which was attended by the Clubs members and a number of guests, the outgoing President, Lion Paul Webb, handed over the chain of office to the incoming President for the forthcoming year, Lion Bob Eaves.

Lion Bob congratulated Lion Paul on his successful year in office, which saw the Club raise its profile in the local community, gain another member, and to donate approximately £7,000 to good causes, mainly in help and support to the local community. In retiring from office as Club President Lion Paul is not sitting back on his laurels, having been appointed Zone Chairman, an essential and important task of coordinating and helping organise the six local clubs in this District of what is the world’s largest service organisation.

In taking on the Presidency for the coming year, Lion Bob expressed his trepidation at the challenges he is facing and hoped to emulate Lion Pauls success. He stated his aim to attempt to increase the membership of Battle and Villages Lions Club, the smallest club in the Lions District, and to hopefully raise to both the Club’s profile and to improve and increase their fund raising abilities.

Why not come and meet us and enjoy a friendly and sociable Club open to all ages and genders having fun putting something back into the community. We meet at 8pm on the first Tuesday of each month at The Royal Oak at Whatlington.





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