Bridlington Lions have contributed £2,000 and Wolds Lions’ Club £500 towards the purchase of a twin bike shown below. Back left, Adam Swann who is in charge of the scheme, back right Melvin White (Wolds Lions), front left Lion Helen Spence, front right Lion President Les Taylor.
On 14th April the Lions club supported a charity ride from the Allride bike store on North Promenade up to Sewerby Gardens to raise funds for another wheelchair loader bike.
The scheme is available for use by both Bridlington residents and holiday-makers alike. There are also a number of ordinary bikes for any family members or friends who wish to ride alongside the disabled riders.
Since the start of the of All Ride, Bridlington Lions have been very supportive of the efforts that have gone in to the scheme.
Another very enjoyable social that included a musical performance down memory lane given by ‘Brid Beat’. A very
tasty buffet prepared by our Lions and partners, and an amusing bingo session given by Lion Maggie Bunny.
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We are often visited by other Lions Clubs to share ideas and maintain friendships. A very helpful and enjoyable
meeting was had followed by a buffet.
The first Lions Car Boot of 2015 will be on Sunday April 5th.
Booters can turn up anytime from 7am.
The cost will be £10 for a car or van.
We have loads of space.
There will be a burger van and coffee seller.
Car boot dates are on the first Sunday of the month and which are as follows:
August 2nd – Also Lions Carnival
Additional dates will be announced on this website for the summer months.
On Thursday 19th Feb. at the Ransdale Hotel, members of the Bridlington Lions Club and friends attended an evening slide show and talk given by Tom Sampson.
During the evening he talked about
circumnavigating the globe on his yacht ‘Katanne’ taking eight years to complete his journey. His talk was very entertaining, interesting and full of anecdotes.
Any club or organisation wishing to see and listen to Toms lecture can contact him on telephone number :- 01262/352588.
The children were very excited when Santa visited Burlington School to give out Christmas presents. Just look at the faces of the children.
Once again residents of Bridlington and friends of Lions Clubs from further away joined Bridlington Lions for the 2014 Annual Christmas Concert hosted at the Bridlington Spa.
Joined by the Burlington Junior School Choir, Emmie Beckett, Brid Beat and musical accompaniament by the Driffield Silver Band.
We hope that you had a fantastic time and we hope that you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
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This year’s Christmas Carol Concert will once again be held at Bridlington Spa on Monday, December 15th.
Entertainment will be from one of the local school choirs, the popular Bridbeat, the Driffield Silver Band, directed by Andy Grace and this years guest performance will be from Emmie Beckett, who is a rising star from Bridlington who was a guest performer recently at the Katherine Jenkins performance in Burton Agnes in the summer.
So, please come a long and get some festive spirit with Bridlington Lions at the Spa.
As usual thre will be audience participation with the carols so get your voices ready!
The doors will be open from 6pm with the fun starting at 7pm.
Admission is free to all.
The following images were taken from last years carol concert:
Come to the Promenades Shopping Centre on Sunday December 7th between 10am and 11am.
Santa will be in the Quay Cafe to share breakfast with children. The cost will be £4 per child payable in the cafe.