GMS Lions have some sad news one of our members Jim Godden passed away on 8th August.
Jim has been with the Lions organisation for many years first with Sherborne Lions where he was President four times. Then when Sherborne closed he transferred to Gillingham, Mere Shaftesbury Lions where he ...
The time has come for President Denise To hand over the reins to our new President Brian and his 1st Vice President Barry.
Due to the COVID-19 we were unable to go for a handover meal . So it was a first for GMS Lions we had to do a handover ...
GMS Lions had a fantastic online social with our colleagues in the West Indies . We had a karaoke night with lots of fun and laughs along the way.
Brain Tumour Research Wear a Hat Day is this coming Friday 19th June. would you like to get involved.
Our vision is to find a cure for brain tumours.
Brain tumours are indiscriminate; they can affect anyone at any age. What’s more, they kill more children and adults under the age ...
If you are interested in joining the largest service volunteer group in the world , message or send us an email. through our website We are happy to tell you more.
🦁💚💛 This week is Mental Health Awareness Week in the British Isles - Kindness and KindnessMatters, something all Lions have in their hearts 💛💚🦁
KindnessMatters #WeServe #Lions #MentalHealth
Due to the lockdown GMS Lions have been looking of ways of having online social events. One of our members Dave has been helping out Lions club all over the world on how to use different platforms of video meetings.
He invited some colleagues to Our Lions Club Bingo ...
Hope everyone is keeping safe and well. GMS Lions have been working very hard during the lockdown. We are still holding meetings online. We are still giving out donations
The latest donations we have made are
Macmillan Cancer Research via Bob Ferrimand ‘climbing Everest’
to Ex-Servicemens charity PTSD Resolution to ...
Lions important Notice
In accordance with government guide lines we are suspending our meetings and activities until further notice.
We are still here and will help if we are able to. Just message us and we will get back to you.
Marie Curie provides much-needed expert care to people with terminal illnesses, as well as supporting their families. We are there when it matters most.
By donating and wearing your daffodil, you are raising money so we can care for more people with a terminal illness.
Whether it’s worn in celebration, in solidarity ...