Farnborough Lions Club


The Farnborough Lions Club organise or support local community events, carry out fundraising for and promotion of local Lions Clubs shared activities. Examples of activities include the Message in a Bottle scheme, Cancer Health & Wellbeing, the annual Funfest Day for families of children with disabilities, Spektrek spectacles/glasses recycling, prostate screening, Canine Partners, and more.

Membership is open to everyone over the age of 25, with no upper age limit or discrimination as to gender, race or religious beliefs.
Younger members have their own clubs called Leos Clubs. If you would like to find out more or to join activities please visit the website and/or contact the Membership Secretary.

About Farnborough Lions Club

The Farnborough Lions Club is the local branch of Lions Clubs International, the largest service organisation in the world. Founded in Chicago in 1917 it has now spread to every continent, with 1.4 million members in clubs in 207 countries and geographic areas. The aim of Lions is to help those less fortunate than ourselves. They do this with a mixture of practical help to individuals and organisations, giving financial assistance as appropriate and working with other organisations within the community and further afield. Farnborough Lions have worked within the Rushmoor area for the past 40 years and they take part regularly in events and activities in the South of England as well as helping with aide to national and global incidents.

Find out more

Farnborough Lions Club

01252 665 804





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