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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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All Recipients Cintre NACOA
Penny Brohn Sense Springboard
Ups & Downs SW Young Adult Carers Primary Schools

Beer Festival 2018

Thank you to all who sponsored, assisted or attended. Over £5000 was  raised which will be given to local charities
Beer Festival

Strawberry Lion Walk 2018

Details of the day

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Charity Golf Day 2018

A Fantastic Success

£5000 raised for Blind Veterans UK

Full Details Here

2019 Date Announced - Thursday 2nd May 2019



Thank You To All Who So Generously Supported Our Santa Sleigh Visiting Streets In Our Area. 

Father Christmas has now returned to the North Pole for a well earned rest, following his exertions in the run up to Christmas. Before he left he asked me to thank all the residents of the area covered by Yeo Valley Lions Club (Yatton, Cleeve, Claverham, Congresbury, Wrington and Langford) for the support they gave whilst he was on his annual tour round the district. He was delighted that he was able to assist the Lions raise £7224 to enable them to continue helping others throughout the year, and appreciated the warm reception that he and his band of elves received wherever they went. In addition club members raised a further £2004 though the collections at their Carol Service and at Cadbury Wyevale Garden Centre and Budgens, Langford (to both of whom grateful thanks).

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Yeo Valley Lions Beer festival Presentation Evening

All Recipients

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

CHURCHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL - New Drum Kit Arrives

Young Lions In Service Awards

Father Christmas has now returned to the North Pole for a well earned rest, following his exertions in the run up to Christmas. Before he left he asked me to thank all the residents of the area covered by Yeo Valley Lions Club (Yatton, Cleeve, Claverham, Congresbury, Wrington and Langford) for the support they gave whilst he was on his annual tour round the district. He was delighted that he was able to assist the Lions raise £7224 to enable them to continue helping others throughout the year, and appreciated the warm reception that he and his band of elves received wherever they went. In addition club members raised a further £2004 though the collections at their Carol Service and at Cadbury Wyevale Garden Centre and Budgens, Langford (to both of whom grateful thanks).

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

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