Ruislip Lions Giant Easter Egg Raffle in Clubs & Pubs

Once again Ruislip Lions Club have “laid” Easter eggs in Pubs & Clubs in the local area for their Giant raffle. Winners in each venue take home the egg after the draw. The money raised will be donated to local good causes and Lions charities. The club is very grateful to all of the Managers who have agreed to take the eggs. Among the first are:

Venue 5

The Ascott




Ruislip Lions Present cheque to Mayor of Hillingdon at Quiz Night

Rosemary Markham Chair of Ruislip Lions Club Social Committee, presented a cheque to the Mayor of Hillingdon, Councillor John Hensley on behalf of the club, at the quiz night held in the Middlesex Suite at the Hillingdon Borough Offices, on Tuesday 21st March in aid of the Mayor’s charities. Barclays Bank who organised the evening kindly doubled the amount to a total of £400.


Ruislip Lions present THE COMEDY OF ERRORS by William Shakespeare

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS by William Shakespeare 
24th June 2017

In their 26th open-air touring season, and renowned all over the world for their clarity, quality and ingenuity, Illyria return to their home-turf: Shakespearean comedy. Two sets of identical twins, separated at birth, unknowingly end up in the same city. More and more people are sucked into a vortex of mistaken identity including an Officer who is paid per arrest, a Goldsmith who hasn’t been paid at all, a delayed Merchant, an irate Courtesan and a mad Exorcist. To say nothing of a wife who sometimes feels her husband is two different personalities, and a poor Immigrant who is arrested for being the wrong nationality. And what exactly is the Abbess of Ephesus’s dark secret? Will anything ever make sense again?To cap it all, this year Illyria’s Shakespeare production is re-located to the town of Ephesus, Mexico, and is performed by our very own 5-piece Mariachi band, resplendent in ponchos and sombreros. Ay caramba!Recommended for adults and children aged 5+. Running time: 2 hours including 20 minute interval
Performance at the Manor Farm courtyard Ruislip. Box office details in due course



Ruislip Lions 41st Charter Night

The club which covers the area of Ruislip, Eastcote & Ickenham celebrated its 41st year since formation on Friday during the 100 year anniversary of Lions International being formed. The event held at Fellini restaurant in Hatch End was attended by many guests including the District Governor of District 105a and the Mayor of Hillingdon .
The club presented the District Governor’s wife with a cheque for her charity supporting Admiral Nurses.
The Mayor was also given a cheque for his own charities and a club bannerette. In the years since being constituted, the club has raised thousands of pounds which have been donated to many charitable causes. The club also provides direct assistance to people in need by running film nights, cafe’s for carers, supporting young carers activities and driving mini buses for the disabled to attend events.