Loddon Valley Lions Club serving Tadley and its surrounding communities in North Hampshire and South West Berkshire
Loddon Valley Lions support
FATHER CHRISTMAS TOURS
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Tel 0845 833 7494
Loddon Valley Lions Club was chartered in 1975 and is part of Lions Clubs International, the world's largest and premier International Voluntary Service Organisation.
We currently have 37 members drawn from all walks of life and we meet every first and third Wednesday in the month at 8.00 pm. at Sherborne St. John Social Club, Elm Rd, Sherborne St John, Basingstoke RG24 9HP.
If you are service-minded and are willing to give a little of your time we would like to hear from you, please use the form on our "Contact Us" page.
Alternatively, please feel free to join us at one of our meetings
Our purpose is to serve both our local and wider communities through a variety of humanitarian and community projects.
These can range to helping individuals in need by practical "hands on" or financial assistance, or supporting other local charitable causes such as hospices, local hospitals, schools and other organisations, benefiting the public at large.
We aim particularly to support young people, the elderly, the lonely and the disabled in our communities. Throughout the year, supported by our partners and friends, we run a variety of events and activities which not only enable us to raise funds to pursue our charitable aims, but also to provide entertainment for the public.
We do not charge administrative costs against our fund raising projects; we are one of the few organisations where every penny raised goes to the cause supported.
Alongside our humanitarian activities, we run a variety of social events for our members, partners and friends, in the spirit of not only helping others but having fun.
In all that we do, we are guided by a code of ethics which stress service to others, honesty, integrity and friendship. These are backed up by a set of Purposes or objectives which encourage us to take an active part in the local and wider community in which we live.
We do not involve ourselves in the discussion of partisan politics or sectarian religion.