'We Serve' in
District 105W of the British Isles. Our Lions District includes South
Wales, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, parts of Wiltshire and
Somerset with 900 Lion members in 45 Clubs. We
are twinned with District 103
Normandie and have a global network of 1.4 million
volunteers in 208 countries. Follow
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all Districts of the British Isles.
of Lions Clubs within the British Isles takes place on 1 July 2019.
The Lions Clubs of District 105W will be split between the three new
Districts of 105CW, 105SW and 105SC. Existing District 105W will close
30 June 2019 and this website will cease to be maintained from that
Sunday 23 June 2019 District Social to celebrate year of Lions service -
2019 Southern Africa Cyclone Idai Appeal - Here
Poster - Here
22,500 used spectacles dispatched direct from
our Convention to Medico France
2019 Thornbury Club support our Young Ambassador Winner -
2018 Ross-on-Wye sponsored our Peace Poster Winner - Here
Collections - Here
a humanitarian crisis strikes, Lions Clubs International Foundation
work with and are guided by their own Lions members who are ordinary
men and women present on the ground. Our volunteers fundraise in
their own local communities, with every penny raised being used to
help those in need. We don't spend money on fancy fundraising
campaigns, all our administration and marketing costs are funded by
members' subs. It can prove difficult providing aid but we are
committed not to wasting the money entrusted to Lion members by the
public and ensuring it can genuinely help victims of a disaster.
Lions Clubs of the British Isles are very grateful for the public
support, which enables us to commit to solving long-term problems
through our presence in local communities throughout the world.
Lions Club supports a range of good causes and local projects in its
area where you can get involved, we invite new men and women members to bring something extra to your
life and share the community and social programmes.
Clubs International voted Best Non Governmental Organisation