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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Belvoir Cricket & Countryside Trust

Darren Bicknell recently visited Lions and talked about teaching table tennis cricket to Special Needs children and normal cricket skills to other school children in our area. The BCCT are based at Belvoir Castle and in a season put approximately 3,000 children through their programme of cricket in the morning, followed by a meeting the Castle fishermen, gamekeeper and other staff members during the afternoon sessions to learn about countryside pursuits. Grantham Lion John Dickinson presented Darren with a cheque for £150 to help continue this good work.


Marie Curie collection

Lauren Alexander, our local Marie Curie was presented with a cheque by Lion Phil Marshall following collections held at Asda recently. Lions collected £657.13, our highest total for this great cause ever!

Many thanks to all those Asda shoppers who gave so generously and to the management and staff at Asda who allowed us the chance to do some local good.

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Visit our charity page on BT MyDonate

Grantham Lions now have a new way to donate to local causes. Using the good offices of 'My donate' (a free service supported by BT), donors can donate whenever they feel the urge.

If any of you missed the Santa sleigh during December and would like to throw a little something in our 'virtual bucket' we would be delighted to hear from you!

Thank you....

Santa’s tour continues…

Well Grantham….

You have been magnificent so far.  Santa has been at Asda for two Saturday afternoons and then out for seven nights pounding the streets and greeting so many people, helping Grantham Lions with our important fund raising, which is spent on local people and causes.

We still have three nights to go:-

Wednesday 20th – we tour the Balmoral Drive area
Thursday 21st – saying ‘hello’ to the folks of Dysart Road, finishing on
Friday 22nd – travelling around the Stephenson Avenue area

If any of you have photos of the tour, please send them to us as Santa would love to see them!  You can reach us at  We look forward to hearing from you…



The Santa run continues…

Let’s hope you’ve been good Grantham…

Santa is back on his sleigh tonight working round the Princess Drive/Almond Grove area of the town from 6:30pm.  You can’t miss him – flashing lights, loud music and a very impressive beard!

See you soon…

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.