Welcome to the homepage of Hinckley and Burbage Lions Club which has been serving the local community for over four decades.

Formed in 1973, it is comprised of around 20 like-minded people who believe in helping primarily their own community, but where necessary, the wider world as a part of the international Lions movement, whose motto is ‘we serve’ and that is what we have been doing since our formation.

Since its birth, the club has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for local causes. Recent donations have included donations to Hinckley Tennis Club to promote coaching for disabled and able-bodied youngsters to get involved in the sport. Others include Lawrence House, which provides shelter for the homeless, local First Responders, Hinckley Guides, Westfield Junior School as well as help for Hinckley Museum towards new lighting facilities.

Members also volunteer for the annual collection for Marie Curie Cancer Appeal, and run an annual sponsored walk around Bosworth Battlefield. Other fundraising activities include collections at supermarkets over Christmas, quiz and race nights, a barn dance and a casino night.

We meet monthly for a business meeting presided over by an elected President, and also run regular social events.

If you would like to join us you are most welcome by attending one of our meetings, held at the Plough Inn, Hinckley on the second Monday of the month, with a 7.30pm start, or you can phone 0845 833 5892, or write to  Lion Cynthia Lines 60 Princess Road, Hinckley, LE10 1EB for more information.


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