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Lions Clubs International is the largest service club organisation in the world. It has 1.4 million members in more than 46,000 clubs are serves communities in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the globe. Since 1917, Lions clubs have aided the blind and visually impaired, championed youth initiatives and strengthened local communities through hands-on service and humanitarian projects. Come along on 21st October to The Milton Rooms to find out more about what we do in Malton, Norton & District.

Lions around the world have been changing lives for 100 years through humanitarian service. Our Centennial Celebration is a time to mark this milestone, celebrate our legacy and look forward to the next century of service. Worldwide we’ll be marking the Centennial Celebration through to June 2018 but 21st October is your time to find out all about this incredible organisation on your doorstep.

It’s What Lions Do

Celebrating 100 years of helping the community 👏🎉

Posted by BBC Radio York on Saturday, 21 October 2017
Club Who’s Who 2017 – 2018


President: Lion Mike Lynch
Secretary: Lion Richard Lukey
Treasurer: Lion Russ Grimshaw
Registered Charity No. 260406

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Recent Donations & Activities

During October 2017
- A number of members brought donations for the Food Bank to our monthly meeting
- We agreed to make a substantial donation towards the cost of refurbishing the War Memorial at the top of Yorkersgate
- We took a party from Ryedale Special Families on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway to Whitby and back, feeding and entertaining them on the way
- We awarded prizes to pupils at both Norton College and Malton School who won their classes in the Lions Peace Poster Competition
- Malton School very narrowly pipped Norton College to the post in our bake off when both schools produced a cake to mark 100 years of Lions Clubs International
- A small donation was made to Malton Primary School to help cover the costs of extra-curricula activites
- Donations were made to Lions projects relating to measles prevention and restoring peoples sight. Each donation attracted match funding for measles from the Bill Gates Foundation and for the sight project from the UK Government
- We launched our Community Trust Fund which aims to make regular donations to good causes locally. More details in the panel above
- We paid a visit to Filey Lions for their Club Meeting
- We hosted the Lions’ Big Party for 400 people entertained over two consecutive events in the Milton Rooms, celebrating 100 years of Lions Clubs International (more info in Latest News above)
- We donated funds to assist a local lady purchase a small amount of carpet for her home
- We attended a meeting of local Lions Clubs in Whitby
District Convention Hosts

Malton, Norton & District Lions hosted the District Convention for the first time in our 50 year history in Nov 2013
Click on the links below to see what it was all about
Host Night
Business Session
Banquet and Ball
Convention Edition of Spotlight
Lions across the British Isles
The Lions motto is “WE SERVE” and we are the largest and most committed voluntary service organisation in the world. We have 46,000 clubs and more than 1.4 million members.
To see the bigger picture take a look at the
NE England & Scotland website
and the
British Isles website