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 A brave young girl receiving one of our bravery certificates, See section under community for more information on the initiative.

A brave young girl in Sounthampton Hospital

Results of the 2018 Eastleigh Lions Charity Go Kart Challenge

1st Team Viper   5th Fireflies (The Prince’s Trust
2nd The Race Centre   6th Shehanigans
3rd Mixed Ability   7th Xelabus 2
4th Xelabus 1   8th Murray’s Angels

1,2,3 and 8th placed teamsSee Fund Raising Section for more details

LATEST NEWS Plans are already in place for fund raising in 2018. See following posters.

Go Kart Challenge 2018Barn dance poster


Arriving on a vintage Southampton Corporation bus with many children from the Young Carers group and Simon Says he was met by a significant crowd and distributed gifts to children on the bus. Eastleigh's LION added to the excitement felt by the young people. 

Santa talking to the crowdssanta with the lion at Brambridge

Santa with his vintage bus at Brambridge  

£3,000 raised and hundreds of children happy.

See our 'Future Events Posters' section for details on our up and coming fund raising / social programme, which includes barn dance and quiz night.


1000 runners were delighted to to see our water station at the 4 kilometer mark on the baking hot day (9th July). Trying to supply so many in a short period of time proved challenging. It required at least 2 people to be continually open water bottles and pouring the contents into cups.

Just as we thought that the rush was over the runners started to return on the other side of the road. Slight chaos returned as we provided drinks to runners in different directions.

Half an hour later it was all over, bare the clearing up. Should have taken a picture of the road covered in 1000 plastic cups.

Well done Liz, Dave, Pete W, Cliff and Chris.            Roll on 2018??

Water station 2017 Wyvern 10Kwater station wyvern 10K


Lions and partners met to enjoy a meal when the presidency of the club moved from Devan to Chris. 

Reports on the past year's achievements were delivered for each of the committees, the social report being delivered as a poem. Maybe this should be a trend for future years!!! 

Change over meal 2017Change over 2017


On 6th June, 2017, at a joint ceremony with One Community, Eastleigh, the Lions Club of Eastleigh presented certificates to young adults who had undertaken voluntary work during the year. To qualify for a gold award the youngster as to have performed 100 hours of service (50 hours for silver).

Lion President Devan was pleased to be able to present three gold and one sliver award. 

It is good to be able to acknowledge such upstanding young adults.

Young Leaders in Service presentationVolunteers young and older at One Community

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Lisa, caller at our barn dances, kindly selected our charity fund as the recipient of all sponsorship raised. In addition to running the half marathon she also limbered up with a 5K the previous day. She below photos of her in her running strip, prior to the run in Liiverpool,  and another displaying all of her medals.

Lisa with all of her well earned medalsWhat the other runners saw as she passed themLisa preparing for the run

Well done Lisa. Early indications are that she raised approx. £250.


At our June meeting, 2nd VDG, Ken Staniforth, was pleased to present long service chevrons to four Lions. The total years served were 75 split as follows.

Service chevrons  

Incoming Lion President Chris (right) 25 years, Lion Margaret, the club's first lady lion (Left), 20 years, and Pat and Joe celebrating 15 years.

Presentation to Eastleigh Young Adult Carers.

At the same meeting the club were given a presentation on the work / aims of the Young/Adult Carers organisation at Eastleigh One Community. This organisation aims to help carers in the 18 - 25 age bracket, a group which falls between other organisations.

Young Carers 17 (5)

A cheque for £750 as donated.

Lions Day at Paultons Park - 7th May, 2017

Eastleigh Lions welcome Young Carer families to Paultons Park for a fun day out. All costs, entry and lunch, funded by the club.

arriving at Paultons Parkall smiles at Paultons ParkYoung carer family at Paultons Park


From 20th - 23 April Eastleigh Lions hosted a visit from their twin club in Kornwestheim. Fifteen Germans enjoyed a fun filled programme varying from a visit to Longleat to a 'bandaoke' night in Southampton. The picture below shows the group (plus some locals) in front of the Lions 50th Anniversary Project.

visitors from Kornwestheim 2017


Barn Dance 6th May.A success fun packed evening resulted in the clubs charity fund receiving £420. All ages enjoyed themselves. (see below.)

Barn Dancers enyoying themselves on 6th May, 2017

Eastleigh Lions were delighted to be able to replenish the stock of Bravery Certificates at Southampton General Hospital Full report under community / bravery certificates   27th March, 2017

Bravery Certificate 2017New Bravery Certificate

What's planned. 

See Our Events Page for details of up and coming fund raising events.

Please read on to learn more about the Eastleigh Lions Club that blends Fun, Fellowship and Fundraising with a sense of Local Community and Lots of Challenges!

If you are new to Lions, through these pages you will be able to find out about the work of the International Association of Lions Clubs and The Eastleigh Lions Club in particular.

If you are a Lion, and perhaps planning to visit our area, we hope that the information on our website will encourage you to spend some time with us.

Have you some time to spare?

The club meets on the first Friday of each month at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Leigh Road, Eastleigh at 8.00pm.

Interested in learning more about us?

Just ring 0845 8337362 or 'contact us' via the website.

Membership of the club is by invitation only.


50 years of service to the community.

Lions Speakers Corner

For your information here are a few of our recent activities:

  • Paultons Park Annual Picnic 
  • World Sight Day
  • Donation to Hampshire Riding Therapy Centre
  • Bravery Certificates
  • Donation to ENERGY, the new youth facility in Eastleigh town centre. Further information on these, and other initiatives, are available under the community heading.


 Fund Raising initiatives include (see fund raising section for more details)

  • Christmas Grotto
  • Easter Hamper Raffles 
  • Go Kart Challenge
  • Barn Dances
  • Quiz Nights
  • Sponsored Walks

or maybe join us for a social evening. Please see our Events Page

Any help is gratefully received - and we are certain you will enjoy the activity!


STILL INTERESTED - find out more about the LIONS by visiting either the International website, country website or our local district website. Details are available on our 'About Us' page.


lions live local

DSC 1400 santa with bus vintage bus at brambridge