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Quiz Night 

Plans for 2022 Event are in the works!

Our last in-person Quiz Night was last held on March 2nd 2019, with excellent attendance.  A quiz and ploughmans supper (all for £10) was enough to send 120 people home happy.  

In 2021 we held our first virtual Quiz night via Zoom! With excellent attendance and enthusiastic participation, as well as many of us learning several surprising new facts! Although we hope to return to an in person event in the coming years, the virtual quiz may also become a fixture of our calendar as an ongoing reminder of our adaptability and resourcefulness during difficult times.

Fireworks Night

(Last held 6th November 2021 and was a great success!)

The Woodley and Earley Lions Club held the Charity Firework Display on Saturday November 6th at Laurel Park was a wonderful success!

The display is a high impact event with fireworks and lasers set to music lasting 20 minutes. A family event with on-site facilities to purchase food and novelties from opening time.

Woodley and Earley Lions along with all our partners and volunteers were so happy to welcome so many families and friends to the display this year.

Thank-You to everyone for making the night such a resounding success!!!

Santa's Sleigh

Each December we parade Father Christmas through the streets of Woodley after dusk doing a door-to-door collection. We can also be found outside various supermarkets and garden centres during this period. This has proved very popular and the public's generosity never fails to surprise. Santa's sleigh has recently been refurbished by Maiden Erlegh School Technology Department and it looks fantastic. Please find links to schedules etc. via our Home and Events pages.

Tree of Light

Each year we offer the opportunity to sponsor a light on the Christmas Tree in Woodley Town Centre. A lovely way to remember and honor a loved one, absent friend, or whole family.

Winnersh Fete

We have attended this community event in recent years in order to raise people's level of awareness in our activities. In 2019 we brought along our “Human Fruit Machine” which always proves to be an amusing sideshow, and it raised a bit of money for our Charity Fund. Pictured is a lucky punter who walked away with a £5 prize.

Woodley Carnival

In 2019 we took our gazebo and distributed information leaflets in order to raise the profile of our club. We also took our Human Fruit Machine as an amusing diversion, which proved to be very popular.

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