Bradley Stoke Lions donate books to local primary schools

Bradley Stoke Lions are still working within the community, doing our best to raise money to help those in need.  So far this year we and our parent club Bristol Brunel have served 14,926 people, completed 108 hours of service activities and donated £7,132.  We are both very small clubs, but we do what we can and we are always looking for like-minded people who want to give something back to their community, to join us.

Bradley Stoke Lions recently donated a set of 7 Wild Tribe Heroes books to each of Meadowbrook School and St Michaels School in Stoke Gifford. These books are written by a teacher, a mother of two children, who highlights the dangers of plastic pollution and climate change to young children in a gentle way with lovely illustrations.

On 28th May Bradley Stoke Lions will be recognising World Hunger Day by holding a collection at Morrisons at Cribbs Causeway, working with Morrisons to supply much needed food for both North Bristol and North West Bristol Food Banks.  Our thanks to Morrisons for their support with this event.

Look out for the Lions stands at the forthcoming BS Community Festival in June.  We will have two games there, a Card Game and our famous Frog Game. It will be lovely to have the festival live again this year.

If you would like to know more about the Lions and what we do, please get in touch with me, we want to hear from you.

Ailsa Young on 07737 106836 or e-mail [email protected].

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