Thank you to Eileen & Michelle from Waitrose Ruislip who provided lovely refreshments to Ruislip Lions Club members & the public at our plant sale. This was very much appreciated & thank you also for the generous donation to our Charity fund
Thank you to the young helpers Ali, Aisha & Manzoor taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme who were brilliant ambassadors & worked really hard supporting us at Ruislip Lions Club plant sale today
Deputy Lion President Lions Jackie with Lion Fred and the trusty JafVan hired to transport our equipment from our garage to Ruislip Rugby Club
Ruislip Lions club all set up in their new uniforms ready for the very successful 22nd annual plant sale held by kind permission of Ruislip Rugby Club at their ground on Saturday 11 May 2019
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Kelsey-Anne Horne, who attends drama classes at the Windmill Studio in Ruislip Manor, was pleased as punch to have won the Ruislip Lions Easter Egg Raffle in the studio, which is not surprising considering how big it was!
Pictured above are Jay the owner of Forget Me Not (Hallmark cards Eastcote) who promoted Ruislip Lions Easter Egg competition very successfully through his store with the Vice President of Ruislip Lions Club Lion Jackie . In the centre of the picture Russ representing the Reid family proud winners of the competition. Thanks to everyone who took part in raising funds for Ruislip Lions Local charities.
Shown In the picture above is the Ascott Eastcote manager and staff receiving one of the first Lions Easter Eggs from Lions Fred & Keith. Each year a number of pubs and clubs in the local area kindly help us by asking their customers to take part in the raffle for our giant Easter Eggs . The proceeds from each of the raffles are then used by Ruislip Lions to help local and Lions charities.
Ruislip Lion’s Club are thrilled to be in the Waitrose Ruislip Community Matters box this month for the first time. This will help us with funds for the Hillingdon Carer’s cafe that we sponsor once a month in Ruislip Manor, Film nights for senior citizens that take place in Sacred Heart School & providing support to young carers in Hillingdon Borough.