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All events on hold but The Lions continue to serve the community

Due to the rapidly changing situation regarding the Coronavirus crisis we are having to rethink the running of some of our regular events and services. We will try and keep you informed via this web site and any other means at our disposal. covid19

2020 Jesse May Charity Golf Day – To Go Ahead Despite Corona Virus

Every year Yeo Valley Lions organise a charity golf day and donate all the proceedings to a selected charity. This year’s chosen charity is the Jesse May Children’s Hospice. Originally planned for April this year, due to the Corona Virus Pandemic lockdown they had to postpone the event. Keeping within the strict guidelines for playing golf under the current restrictions, YVL in conjunction with Tall Pines Golf Club are to hold the event on Thursday 24 September.

Further Details Here

The Playground was due to reopen for the 2020 season on 1st April. However in view of advice, for a number of reasons to do with hygiene, maintenance, toilet facilities etc we are not now in a position to reopen as planned. When we are able to bring the Playground back into use we will announce that here. You may be assured that we have not taken this decision lightly and we are determined to reopen the Playground just as soon as we feel it safe, sensible and practicable to do so.
Please click here for further information on the Playground
It is with regret that we are having to suspend all activities using our Minibus. We truly are sorry for such an action as we know it is very important within the community. If any of our regular users feel that this will be of major impact to them please contact us on our usual transport number and we will see if there is any assistance we can offer
We are always grateful for any donation to the Lions which will be used entirely for our ongoing support of local causes

Pauline Leverett of Claverham, has been making face masks for £5 each and raising money for Barton Camp (a charity YVLC have supported in the past) Pauline has now reached £1200 and is well on the way to her target of £1500. YVLC was pleased to acknowledge this fine effort and to present her with a Certificate of Appreciation

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Nick and Cas of the Butchers Arms Yatton received a certificate of appreciation from Pete Selvey, President of Yeo Valley Lions Club, in recognition of the support given to the community over the past few months. Whilst we were in lockdown the pub was used as a base for free community meals. These were initiated by Jonny Burnett but extremely well prepared and delivered by a host of volunteers. Nick and Cas were also instrumental in supplying and delivering bespoke veg boxes whilst continuing with free delivery of their Sunday roasts. All of this has been greatly appreciated by the local community for which we are all very grateful. Nic Cas
Yeo Valley Lions helping local girl Beckie Whyte chase her sporting dream,
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Beckie receiving cheque
Lion President Brian Winter and Lion John Oldham both said a few words in thanks to Niccy Hook of Yatton Youth Club on behalf of the Lions Club for her work and the fantastic support she has given the club with both the Dementia coffee sessions at the youth club and for the setting up of the Foodbank in Yatton
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Charity Golf Day 2020 - (was 30 April) - New date - 24th September


Golf 2020


Strawberry Lion Walk - 17 May 2020



Hangstones Community Orchard Project

First Trees Planted

Full details here

Yeo Valley Lion Peter Morton interviewed on the Emma Britton Show on Radio Bristol

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Santa has now returned to the North Pole to start preparing for next Christmas. Many thanks to all who so generously contributed to the Lions Charity Collections. This money will be used during the year to fund the many local charities and good causes we support. Our Christmas Programme for 2019 is available here.


Yeo Valley Lions helped at the recent Fireworks Night held by the Yatton Schools Association

Hello to our lovely friends at Yeo Valley Lions! We wanted to share our final grand total for the fireworks night - thank you for all your support at this and all the other events you help out at.

Yatton Schools Association x


Lion President, Brian Winter presents a Certificate of Appreciation to Howard Tucker of Glede Brewery, Clevedon in thanks for his continued outstanding support for our Annual Beer Festival. Howard is retiring from the brewery to seek pastures new.


Presentation Evening 2019

Our annual distribution of monies raised from our beer festival and other events to charities

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Presentation Eve

Yeo Valley Lions Beer and Cider Festival was a great success. Thank you to our sponsors and all who supported and attended.

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A big thank you to BAM Ritchies for the fantastic work carried out by over 50 people on 9th May, making significant improvements to the Playground. More detail on this will appear shortly.

As in previous years, Family Fun Days will be held at the Playground on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1.30 pm to 4 pm, in the school holidays. Members are free to join in on these days, they are, however noisy with lots going on and this may not be the best environment for some members.

Charity Golf Day 2019
2 May 2019
Tall Pines Golf Club

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Strawberry Lion Walk 2019

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Presentation Evening 2018

The money raised from our activities including the Beer Festival and Strawberry Lion Walk was distributed to a number of charities and good causes.

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Yeo Valley Lions Club recognised by the Alzheimer’s Society as a Dementia Friendly Organisation

Here are some of the events that the Yeo Valley Lions have been involved in in order to benefit local causes.

Young Carers Outing to Bath Christmas Market

Success For Local Young Musician


Young Lions In Service Awards

Business Meetings
Second Tuesday Each Month @ 8pm
Yatton Village Hall

Charity Number - 280660

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