Marlborough & District Lions Club   

Urgent information relating to Bluebells at Westwood.

It is with great regret that Marlborough & District Lions Club will not be able to manage the Bluebells at Westwood this year. This is due to the Forestry Commission not allowing us to open the gates for cars to access.

Their official response is : Regretfully, the Forestry are unable to grant permission for Marlborough Lions for Bluebell Drives in West Woods this year. Unfortunately, due to the risk of damage to public vehicles from the uneven road, we cannot open the forest gates for the Bluebell Drive this year.

Marlborough & District Lions Club apologise for any inconvenience this may cause as we know that there are many people who look forward to this every year. We hope to be able to put it on again next year

 Happy Birthday Lions!

In 1917, Melvin Jones, a 38-year-old Chicago business leader, told members of his local business club they should reach beyond business issues and address the betterment of their communities and the world. Within three years, Lions became an international organisation. Since then, we've earned high marks for both integrity and transparency. We're a  worldwide organisation with a steady vision, a clear mission and a long – and proud – history over the last one hundred years.


Marlborough & Distric Lions are dedicated to helping the people of Marlborough and surrounding villages.

With the support of the local community we have raised many thousands of pounds to help support local people and various charities. Whether its a group needing funds, a community action group or just someone seeking help, Marlborough & District Lions try to make the problem smaller.

During a typical year the Club raises funds through a variety of events, sales, collections etc. , and distributes around £15,000 to worthwhile causes, including local individuals, families and groups that have approached us when in need of support.

In addition, we have plans for groups to raise their own funds through a Sponsored Walk and other participations events... more information to follow on these exciting opportunites.

As well as fulfilling our charitable aims Marlborough & District Lions Club is also a great social organisation where we enjoy fun and fellowship whilst supporting those that need our help.

To find out more about Lions, dowload a copy of the ´╝âLionsGetInvolved publication


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