Past events
We have  been planting bulbs in the Churchyard in memory of Roger Collins, a former Club President and a lovely man who died some time ago. They remind all of us who knew him, of Roger!

The Meadows

We have been raising money for the Meadows Makeover Group.  In all we have raised "£4000 towards their target of £10,000 which they have now exceeded!  Congratulations to them all on a fantastic achievement - it is wonderful to see new play equipment appearing in the Meadows.  Here is a picture of the cheque presentation.

Saturday 27th September 2014 - Hot Air Balloon 'Night Glow'
Exclusive Ballooning

A huge thank you to Exclusive Ballooning (the world leader in Aerial Marketing) and their pilots who gavetheir time, amazing balloons and equipment to support the Meadows Makeover.  What a night it was!

And here are two videos for those who may have missed it - or need a reminder!
Two super videos of the Balloon Glow!

The arty one:

See our facebook page for more photographs.

Thanks too, to Barry from Shot in the Dark Disco for the sound, John Collacott for the PA, Craig from Tavistock Hire Centre and Linda Coe and Tavistock College for making the site available to us - and to all of you who came and supported us!

Once we know the final total raised across all the events of the week, we'll be updating this page and our Facebook page, so keep a lookout!

  Murder Mystery

We had a brilliant Murder Mystery Evening at the Terrace Restaurant, Pym Street, Tavistock on Saturday featuring the Tavonians with its production of “Weddings can be Murder!”. We raised approximately £650 for Meningitis Now - a great result!

The Trees of Light

Tree of Light Presentation 2014

Here is a photograph of the Charities receiving their cheques from Lion President Pat Macauley - the final total for donations for Trees of Light was £5,187, The Club then topped this up to £5,400 - so each charity received £1800. Charities supported were local branches of the Chestnut Appeal, Motor Neurone Disease and the Tavistock Chemotherapy and Triangle Centre.

There will be another payment of around £200 when we receive gift aid. So £2000 for each Charity is a great result and we know how much it meant to be able to remember loved ones especially at Christmas.....

You will find more information if you follow the link in the side bar to 'Christmas Trees of Light'

SARDA Presentation
SARDA Presentation

We had a brilliant talk from Ian Bertie on SARDA - Search and Rescue Dogs Association

Here is a link to his presentation. It can take a while to load!

Support for Raleigh International

Pippa Tigwell went to India with a little support from the Lions - see what amazing things she helped to achieve at
The Christmas Draw
Christmas Draw Winner 2013

At this time of year our draw supports Children's Charities. This year we supported the Meadows Makeover Group who are raising money to refurbish the children's play facilities in the Meadows.

This is a great cause and we were very pleased that we raised £1500 for it. Here is their facebook link!

The proud owners of the First Prize in the Lions Christmas Draw, an original David Chambers donated by Tavistock Picture Framing Gallery

Latest from Muzi in Swaziland

It gives me great pleasure to send you this pictures of athletes that are training in our own gym at home after the assistance from you and your organizations, please note that I will send a few of them then my report will be without pictures.

Painting of the structure was funded by the lions club , the gym was developed by Swaki including the gym equipment , the accommodation structure with beds was developed with the assistance of martin ,

Thanks the rest of the report is coming and I should say that the athletes are preparing to compete in south Africa with the help of Swaki .

Look at these wonderful pictures from Swaziland!


The Spooky Walk became a great Spooktacular Children’s Party!!

The weather forecast was right and it poured from 5 o'clock on. 

So we concentrated all our spookiness on the Community Football Club

We had all the activities as planned – the apple bobbing, the doughnuts, the spooky fruit machine, the spooky costume fancy dress and the lanterns.  Big thanks to Mia Aloui for doing party games with spooky music and movement from 4.30 -5.00 and to the great witches who were there because they say they are scared of flying in the wind and the rain and they even gave out sweets!  There were lanterns to make and milk bottles to make into spooky lanterns to take home, glowsticks and spooky tattoos.

So thank you to everyone who turned a disaster into a triumph.  And we made some money for that wonderful organisation the Children's |Hospice and the lovely people who support them.