Grantham Lions Club UK

Grantham Lions Club Uk, Lincolnshire, Charity supporting the local community

Will your Business or school be part of the Centurion Cub?

100 business or schools needed to help us raise £10,000.  That’s only £100 but would make a huge difference to the local communityCenturion club logo part 3So what’s the catch?

We are looking for you to be a part of 100 local organisations to make the pledge to each raise £100 before the end of 2017.

Think you have what it takes to be in our Centurion Club?

Why not speak to Katie, Alastair or Ian and find out what difference you can make?




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It begins tonight!

After much planning and negotiating with the Elves (and Mrs Claus) Santa hits the streets of Grantham tonight for his much anticipated support for Grantham Lions.

We are kicking off tonight in the Alma Park area from around 6.30pm.  Santa is hoping to see as many people as possible this year, mostly to show off his new sleigh!

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Santa’s starts his Grantham Grand Tour

Never mind about the return of Clarkson, Hammond and May, following an appearance at Grantham’s Christmas light ceremony last week, Santa is back in Grantham this afternoon (Saturday 9th December) at Asda from 3.30pm.

Come and say “Ho-ho-hi”!

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Lions pledge to donate £1,000 to centre

Grantham Lions Club is giving its support to Trust House Grantham, a centre for victims of rape, sexual abuse and domestic abuse.  The Lions have pledged to donate £1,000 and have already handed over half the amount.  Trust House services manager Neil Wells received the donation from Lion President Karen Morrell and Lion Godfrey Mackinder.

Lion President entertains the crowds

Screen Shot 2017-10-04 at 14.17.20Lion President Karen Morrell, suitably dressed, sang at Asda last Saturday  (30th September), raising £213.56 from generous shoppers.  A big ‘thank you’ to all those who supported Karen and Grantham Lions.

Diabetes awareness

Grantham Lions are proud to support the visit of the Silver Star diabetes awareness van at Asda Grantham on Saturday 16th September from 10am. Come and say ‘hello’.

Lions Harness Donations to help Kesteven RiDeAbility

The Grantham Lions are delighted to support the Kesteven RiDeAbility group, who provide an excellent service for local disabled adults and children.


Situated in the picturesque village of Hough on the Hill, Kesteven RiDeAbility is a friendly, welcoming group offering disabled adults and children the opportunity to experience equestrian disciplines such as Dressage, Showjumping and Endurance.

The group offers a proven pathway of success from grass roots therapeutic riding to competing at Paralympic level.

For more information about the club please visit their website: –

The Grantham Lions are always looking for new members so we can help even more of the local Grantham community. Interested in volunteering? Take a look at our website or find us on Facebook to see what we do and how you can get involved.


Making a difference – New Member joins the Lions

We are pleased to welcome our new member Jean Robinson to the Grantham Lions Club.
Grantham Lion President Sandie Baker, with Lion Phil Marshall making the presentation.

We welcome Jean and look forward to working with you.

We are always looking for new members to help us carry on the great work we do for the local area.

Why not talk to us today, all we need is your time, it can make a world of difference

Lions Go Daffodil for charity

The Grantham Lions Club would like to thank all those who helped us raise a massive £688.30 for Marie Curie Daffodil appeal.

The Grantham Lions spent Friday 24th  and Saturday 25th March dressed up in their finest Daffodil wears to help raise awareness of the great work the Marie Curie charity trust do to help provide care and support for people living with any terminal illness, and their families.

We would also like to thank ASDA for allowing us the opportunity again to use their premises to help with this great cause.


The monies were presented to Gary Burr from Marie Curie charity who was delighted with the amount raised and expressed his thanks to all those who donated. The donation will be used in the local Grantham area to help those in need.

For more information about Marie curie please visit their website:

For more information about the Grantham Lions and to see the great work they do in the local area please visit their website: or face book page

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