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Making the World a Better Place in 100 Words

As part of the Centenary celebrations marking the formation of Lions Clubs International in 1917, Cheadle Lions challenged children at the primary schools in Cheadle to describe in under 100 words how they thought they could make the world a better place.
 
As well as certificates and vouchers from Cheadle Lions the winners at both schools received Highly Commended certificates and prizes in the District competition. Lion President Andrew Hornsby commented "Given the age of the primary school pupils taking part the creativity and imagination all the students put into the suggestions was amazing and selecting the winners was very difficult. They are all a credit both to themselves and their schools".
 
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Lions Young Leaders in Service Awards
Participating Schools
  Painsley Catholic College, Cheadle.
  The Cheadle Academy.
 
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Lions Message in a Bottle Scheme
 
Participating outlets to obtain bottles from:-
 
The Tardis Surgery, Queen Street, Cheadle
Well Street Surgery, Cheadle
Allen Street Clinic, Cheadle
 
 What is ‘Message in a Bottle’?
 
Abbreviated to MIAB, it is a simple piece of paper asking pertinent questions that contains vital information about you, directed at the Emergency Services. This allows them to make quick and accurate decisions on what action to take at the point of contact, which could save your life in an emergency at home. A white plastic bottle containing a form containing vital information about you that could save your life due to the speed with which the Emergency Services could respond to your individual needs. The bottle is placed where the Emergency Services are trained to look, in the refrigerator door. A green cross sticker is placed on the inside of the main house door, or where it is considered would be most obvious and another sticker on the door of the fridge. The information provided should include where you keep your medication and latest prescription, contact details, major medical conditions, personal doctor and anything considered necessary that would need attention in those first critical moments. Bottles can be obtained from the above outlets free of charge.  
 
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Projects with other Lions Clubs

We partner with other Lions Clubs in North Staffordshire to provide an opportunity for children from Staffordshire Special Schools  to enjoy a day at the Waterworld complex in Festival Park, Stoke on Trent once a year.

Complementing this as a group of Lions Clubs we also organize a day at Foxfield railway for children with special needs and their families where everyone gets the opportiunity to ride the steam trains.

 

 

 

 

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