Furness Lions Golf Competition went off very well even though the  weather was not very good. We thanked the Captain for allowing us to hold our competition once again. Lion President Sheila Rockley presented Captain Jim Redfern with £100 for his chosen charity before enjoying a lovely meal with several of our members and friends.






On Friday 6 August 2021 Lion President Sheila Rockley and Vice President Jim Rhodes were invited to a presentation at Womens Community Matters in Barrow in Furness. The prestigious award wasThe Queens Award for Voluntary Service which was presented by HM Lord Lieutenant of Cumbria Claire Hensman 


Presentation at Low Furness C of E school

.LP Sheila along with PP Karen VP Jim and Lion Jeff 

Junior Peace Poster Competition

Photos by Lion Ted P.R.O Officer

£50 Winner Lottie Mahony

​2nd Edward Cawley

3rd Chloe Douglas-Addenbrook


£50 cheque towards their Tuck Shop

Our Dancing Competition help at Forum in Barrow was a great success.  . .Many thanks to all the dancing schools taking part Many thanks also go to the Judges who came from as far as Manchester



Marshalling at the Keswick to Barrow walk


The pupils of Lower Urswick Junior School with their certificates for the Junior Peace Poster Competition

Marshalling the Keswick to Barrow Walk

 This young girl got to the finish line after more than 12 hours Helped along by her mum and dad

another early runner

Two early runners

Our prospective members

2016 Lions Annual Golf Competition                                       



  Our Golf Competition got off to a great start at 7.30am the weather was very good and our Lions were there to sell raffle tickets.   In the evening we had a lovely meal before the presentations. Lion President Jim Presented a cheque for £100 to the Captain for his  chosen charity which was Prostate Cancer Research

A cheque for £500. was given to Gemma Clarke  to go into her fund for the new extention she so badly needs as stated on our Welfare Page.

There were presentations to the winning teams and a good day and evening was enjoyed by everyone


Furness Lions were marshalling along Abbey Road as the walkers came in just a mile from the finishing line These wonderful people of all ages are raising money for charity



We have dancing troupes from all over the Furness area entering our Dancing Competition.

Some of the troupes from  babies to adults

Our District Governer Elect Lion Mike Bagnall  and his wife Lion President Dorothy made a surprise visit and had a wonderful day!!!!!!!!! Lions Nico and Jack made sure everyone had a ticket before going in to watch the dancing.


Dancing Schools receive certificates of apreciation from Lion President Ted and Lion Doug for their excellent support they have given over mary years at our annual Dancing Competition  culminating with a record amount of £2028.00 which goes into our charity account 


This year  we entertained over 100 pensioners and disabled people for the annual Service Day which was held at the British Legion Club Barrow. Everyone arrived for midday and were served with a pie and peas lunch followed by trifle and tea and biscuits. President Ted Rockley welcomed the Deputy Mayor of Barrow Councillor Anita Husband. After lunch our guests enjoyed a game of bingo and a raffle. There was alsodancing and a sing along to our resident one man band.



The annual Christmas collection at Dalton in Furness Co-op ran for three days which included Christmas Eve. The collection was very successful. We are very grateful to the management for letting us have our usual slot. A fantastic £1.087.61p. was our total.


We have just held our annual sponsored swim at the Barrow Leisure Centre in which half of the money raised by individuals and groups will be donated to their club or school and the other half goes to good causes through Furness Lion Club. The money raised so far is aproximatly £800.Many thanks to all who partisipated 



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