Aldbury May Fair
Monday 1st May
Car Boot Sale
Sunday 21st May
Market Place Tring
Abbotts Langley Carnival
Saturday 10th June
Tring Summer Festival
Saturday 24th June
Welcome to Tring Lions Club
This year's giant Easter Egg Raffle was a great success and we raised around £525, thanks to your generosity and all the organisations that participated: Meads Farm Shop, Graces, Metcalfes, Dunsley Farm Shop, Grand Junction Arms, The Greyhound Wiggington and Beechwoods Fine Foods.
Click on Easter Egg Raffle to see pictures
Tring Lions have recently sponsored some new signage along the Wendover Arm of the Grand Union Canal. The branch of the canal runs from Bulborne near Tring to Wendover and is currently being restored by the Wendover Arm Trust. The signage will guide walkers around a section of the canal at Little Tring where the towpath is inaccessible
Tring Lions recently made a donation of £2500 to Age UK Dacorum
towards setting up a new COGS club at Pond Close
Tring Lions recently held a quiz night in conjunction with the ATC, it was a most enjoyable evening and raised almost £500
On Christmas Eve the Lions organised a Carol Concert in the Forge Car park. £1190 was raised to support local good causes. Click on Christmas Carols to see some photographs.
Last year Tring celebrated the 700th anniversary of the granting of Town Charter status by King Edward II. To commemorate the occasion the Lions sponsored a book containing photos of all the events that marked the occasion. The book was compiled by Tring Together and copies of the book have been presented to Tring Town Council, the Library, Tring Together and last year’s Town Mayor, Stephen Hearn.
All the local schools took an active part in the celebrations and yesterday copies of the book were also presented to them.
Over £300 was raised at our Roll-a-Raffle stall at the Tring Festival. Thanks to the people of Tring and our generous sponsors
An emergency phone has now been installed alongside the defibrillator outside the High Street Baptist Church. The installation of the defibrillator was sponsored by Tring Lions in memory of Lion Ken Brennan
Click here to see good causes that Tring Lions have supported: good causes
Last year Tring celebrated the 700th anniversary of the granting of Town Charter status by King Edward II. To commemorate the occasion the Lions sponsored a book containing photos of all the events that marked the occasion. The book was compiled by Tring Together and at a recent ceremony at the Nora Grace Hall, copies of the book were presented to Tring Town Council, the Library, Tring Together and last year's Town Mayor, Stephen Hearn. Copies will also be given to the local schools, all of whom were actively involved in the celebrations.
Mayor of Tring, Cllr Mike Hicks; Tring Lions President Steve Mitchell.
In the centre picture: Mayor of Dacorum, Cllr Robert McClean; Vivianne Child, Tring Together; Diane Saletes,Tring Library; Alan Pollard, Tring Lions; Cllr Penny Hearn;
Other Tring Lions activities during the year:
September Car Boot sale
Berkhamsted Summer Fete Alan hands over Lions Presidency to Steve
Long Marston Village Fete Installation of a defibrillator in Tring High Street
Spring Car Boot sale
Aldbury May Fair Great Easter Egg Raffle
Senior Citizens Entertainments Evening
For more pictures click on Entertainments Evening
The Lions Book Shop in The Marlowes Hemel Hempstead Tring Lions run a mini bus service to Berkhamsted
Operated by Tring Lions every Wednesdayfor the 1066 Club for the blind and partially sighted
Providing transport to the Friendship Teas at Christmas Carol Concert
Emma Rothschild Court
Sponsorship of the Dacorum Community Bus
Tring Lions Club was established in 1973. Part of Lions Club International, a voluntary organisation of over 40000 Lions Clubs in over 200 countries. Total membership is over 1.4 million members including over 18,000 in the UK. Tring Lions Club has 16 members.
- We are a non-profit making organisation. Members pay an annual subscription which pays for the running of the Club
- ALL public donations and funds raised are passed straight on to good causes
- Open to all sections of the community, to all faiths and religions
- Just a club for people who want to give their free time and to help their community
MeetingsOur Business Meetings are held every first Tuesday of the month at the Pendley Manor Hotel. Monthly informal social gatherings are held at local hostelries.
The Club welcomes new members who would like to be involved in a variety of fund raising projects and community service, at the same time enjoying being part of an active social Club. Anyone interested can find out more by clicking on 'Contact Us' and we will be in touch