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Our Minibus is now back on the road and our normal schedule is resumed

We are always grateful for any donation to the Lions which will be used entirely for our ongoing support of local causes

Thanks to all who attended our Beer & Cider Festival - 2024

Pictures from the weekend available here

Strawberry Lion Walk - 2024. 

Great Result - Details Here

Charity Golf Day

We recently held our twelth annual event. We managed to raise £5400 for our designated charity, The Altzeimers Society
Full details HERE
Tennis Tournament
On 14th April Cleeve Tennis Club hosted its second junior tennis tournament and players represented the host club, Wrington and Congresbury tennis clubs.. Competition was divided to cover 3 age groups of children and young people. Prizes were awarded to finalists and all participants received a medal. This well attended event was enjoyed supporting families and members and was a great success. Yeo Valley Lions were privileged to continue with their support for the tournament. For many years the Lions have supported sporting development in local villages but have never ventured in lawn tennis before. Special mention should be given to John Tate the club coach and club chairman Phil Stackhouse for their efforts. John was able to assist Yeo Valley Lions President Graham Marshall in the presentation.


Santa's back in the North Pole and the Lions' sleigh is mothballed for another year! But after some truly dreadful weather during December when our elves got very wet, our villages' usual generosity was undeterred and our collections will contribute substantial sums to our local charities. We are so grateful to all the children, parents and grandparents who came out to see Santa, who gave our elves a great welcome, and filled up the envelopes and buckets. We couldn't do our community work without your donations so a BIG thank you to you all.

Yeo Valley Lions assist again with the Christmas distribution of food parcels to local families. Details Here

Our Carol Service on Saturday 16th December in Yatton Precinct was a family event with Spotlight Sparklers performing beautifully

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Singing for the Brain Christmas Party

The Alzheimer's Singing for the Brain Christmas Party took place on Thursday 30 November at their usual venue of the Old School Rooms in Congresbury. It was very well supported and a good time was had by all attenders, helpers and volunteers alike. The Lions club provided the food and volunteers from the Club helped with setting up the room and serving drinks. There was a local disk jockey who sang and played well known songs from the 60s and 70s, prompting many of us to take to the floor!


On World Diabetes Day, Tuesday 14th November, Yeo Valley Lions had an information stall outside the Co-op in Yatton where leaflets and other items such as 'Message in a Bottle' were distributed. Lions Club has supported diabetes prevention for a number of years.

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"From Music Hall to Beanstalk"

Details here

As we enter a new Lion year we have a new President

This was formalised at a Handover Presentation


Lions Lunch Clubs regulars receive card and congratulations from the King and Queen on their 65th Wedding Anniversary

Lunch Club





Charity Golf Day 2023 - A great success, a cheque for £4,400 was presented to Ronald McDonald Houses Charity UK

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Santa has now returned to the North Pole until next Christmas

You can download a copy of our programme here
It is nice to know The Lions are appreciated. Text from a recent Facebook post.santa 2022

Thank you Yeo Valley Lions club for the lovely Santa Visit to the Avenue last night, and for organising the brilliant carol concert in the precinct. We are so lucky to have you in the village, supporting the community food bank, running the yellow bus, amongst many other acts of generosity, all made possible by people giving up their free time to volunteer.
UkraineThe Lions support Ukraine. Watch here

Last Year we gave funds to "All Aboard". We were very pleased to learn how the money was spent - Click Here

Lion President Lesley went to the Alzheimer's Christmas Party last week as the Yeo Valley Lions Club supports their work in our area.
Both Singing for the Brain and the coffee mornings are going well.
It was a joyous occasion with some of our friends there out-dancing our President!
Alzheimers Christmas Party
Dereham Park
Lion President Lesley Farrall and Lion Geoff Gibbs visited Action for Children's 'Our Place' Residential Home in Derham Park ,Yatton to see the Sensory Room Yeo Valley Lions had helped furnish. They had also funded the purchase of a special spa bubble bath which had soothing lights and music. 'Our Place' offers a home environment for children with learning and physical disabilities in Yatton
Cheque Presentation 2022
Yeo Valley Lions Tenth Charity Golf Day was a great success
Further details and pictures here

Yeo Valley Lions Assist Local Families Through Local Food Bank - Details Here

Yeo Valley Lions now organise a coffee morning at the Yatton Youth Club and a lunch at Yatton Rugby Club, both once a month. 

Coffee Morning
Coffee Morning
Lunch Club
Lunch Club

On 19th November, Yeo Valley Lions held their annual Presentation Evening, where funds raised throughout the year and especially from the Beer Festival were distributed to local charities. The charities this year included:-

Vision North Somerset
Freewheelers EVS (Blood Bikes)
Great Western Air Ambulance Charity - rep. by Val Dickens
RNLI Portishead
Young Carers

Last year Yeo Valley Lions helped local Yatton young woman Beckie White, chase her sporting dream. A Bristol Bears Wheelchair Rugby player she undertook a fundraising challenge in her self-propelled wheelchair to raise funds for her own rugby specific chair.
The Lions presented her with a cheque for £500 towards the cost of the chair.
We are pleased to announce that Beckie now has the chair and is keen to show it off with these pictures.

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Yeo Valley Lions agreed to help fund the new defibrillator at Hangstones Pavilion, Yatton. This was initially instigated as a requirement by the organisers of Junior Parkrun who needed to have a defibrillator close by. This has now been funded by 'Junior Parkrun', the WI, Yatton Parish Council and Yeo Valley Lions. On Sunday 26th September it was officially unveiled, this also happened to be the 2nd birthday of the Parkrun.

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Yeo Valley Lions are busy taking donations from Yatton Youth Club and Yatton Co-op to the Foodbank in Clevedon. We often also transport large amounts from the Foodbank to their storage depot in Kenn Rd. We then bring food parcels back to the Youth Club ready for their collection and distribution. On a recent trip we delivered 37 bags of kindly donated food and sundries from local residents of Yatton, Congresbury and Wrington to the Foodbank. If you would like to make a donation to the Clevedon Food Bank, they can be left at Yatton Youth Club on Thursday mornings. 

CHARITY GOLF DAY - 2021 was held on the 23rd September. 

Some Pictures Here

Beer & Cider Festival 2021 - 10th-11th September 2021

A great time was had by all. Some photos here

Sunday 29 August was the Claverham Village Hall BBQ Party. A great day for all the family and the Lions were there running their Coconut Shy with many trying their luck

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Great day on Sunday 8th August at Claverham Cricket club, Yeo Valley Lions provided the BBQ and served over 500 burgers and hot dogs to the local community, well done to CCC for putting on such a great event

Alzheimer's Society and Yeo Valley Lions


Yeo Valley Lions helping local girl Beckie Whyte chase her sporting dream,
More Here
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
More Pictures

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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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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