Lions Club Community Centre 357 Springfield Road Chelmsford Essex CM2 6AF
Tel: 01245 344272
LIONS ARE ORDINARY PEOPLE DOING AMAZING THINGS - NOW FOR OVER 100 YEARS!!!
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Our aim is to help local causes while having fun. As well as a wide social calendar, we regularly help out at community events wherever there is a need, such as the recent Race of Business in aid of Age UK. We meet on the second Wednesday each month at our hall in Springfield Road and every fourth Wednesday for a social night (see pics on our 'Social Calendar' pages to see just some of what we get up to).
Much of our fundraising activities are based around social activities, such as quiz nights, pub nights, raft races and our annual pig race night, to name but a few!
We are probably best known in Chelmsford for our 'carol sleigh' on which Father Christmas visits the residential areas of Chelmsford and the town centre, spreading festive cheer while collecting for a range of good causes (see Charities).
Become a Lions Club Member
As a Lions Club Member you’ll join a local group of service-minded men and women who volunteer to support your community every day. You’ll also become a member of Lions Clubs International – a respected international organization, a leader in your local community, and a friend to people in need.
We meet on the second Wednesday each month at our hall in Springfield Road and every fourth Wednesday for a social night.
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CHELMSFORD LIONS and LIONESS CLUBS CHELMSFORD LIONS and LIONESS CLUBS would like to invite you to our JOINT CHARTER and CERTIFICATION ANNIVERSARY DINNER DANCE on Friday 2nd November 2018, 7.00 for 7.30pm £32 for a 3 course meal followed by Tea and Coffee with Petit Fours and live music by duo Ashley Park The Venue this year is the Channels Estate Golf Club, Pratts Farm Lane East, Little Waltham, Chelmsford CM3 3PT
Chelmsford Lions Club make generous £1,500 donation to our robotic surgery appeal
On Thursday, 2nd August, the group attended the Theatres Department at Broomfield Hospital where they met Mr. Sri Kadirkamanathan, consultant upper GI surgeon, Samuel Gnamanani, Theatres Matron, and Yvonne Carter, Charities Manager.
They had the opportunity to find out more about the robotic surgery appeal and the pioneering work being carried out with the surgical robot. They were also shown a demonstration of how this state-of-the-art equipment works.
Stanley Brown, community chairman, said “We chose to support this major appeal as many of our members have relied upon the hospital’s services over the years.
We wanted to give something back for the wonderful work they do.”