Lion Karl Parry from Sale and District Lions Club receiving his certificate from District Governor Chris Aked for his winning photograph of a swallow.
Winning entry in the Lions District Environmental Photographic Competition.
Easter Egg Raffle at Altrincham Garden Centre March 2016. Lion Nola with the winner.
A Sportsmans Dinner was held on 19 February 2016 to raise funds for the Stroke Association. Pictured from left to right are Ray Gardner and Paul Edgerton from the Stroke Association, Geoff Homer from Sale and District Lions Club and Mark Crossley the Main Speaker (ex Nottingham Forest goalkeeper)
Christmas Hamper Raffle at Altrincham Garden Centre on 13 December 2015.
Christmas Lunch for Seniors at the Life Centre 12 December 2015 (photographs by Julie Harris)Lion President Linda laying a wreath on Remembrance Day Sunday
The annual Golf Competition was held on 23 August 2015 at Aston-on-Mersey Golf Club to raise funds for Crossroads Care. Pictured are Charlie McIntyre (left) and Nigel Keefe (centre) from Sale Lions Club with some of the competitors.
Presentation of new racing wheelchair wheel to Carly Tait para olympic athlete.Sale Lions Father's Day Fete and Family Fun Day. Sunday 21 June 2015 in Worthington Park.
Sale Lions donation to Chris Tickle to assist with the cost of a new wheelchair.
Sale Lions Second Hand Book Shelf at Altrincham Garden Centre. Very popular !!
Sportsmans Dinner 20 February 2015 - Presentation to the Ticker Club
Christmas lunch for older people at the Life Centre, Sale - 20th December 2014
Christmas street collection, Sale town Centre - 13th December 2014
Sale Lions raising funds for charity with an Easter Egg Raffle at Altrincham Garden Centre - April 2014.
Sale Lions Fete, Worthington Park - June 2014
Sale Lions Hand over at Yara Restaurant, Altrincham - Sunday 5 July 2014 . Present Lion President Sarah Cowling congratulates the new incoming President Linda Cresswell.
Sale Lions is a local club affiliated to Lions Clubs International which is the largest service organisation in the world and in December 2011, we will have served the Sale community for 40 years. The Lions motto is " We Serve " and our aim is to provide practical help to those less fortunate than ourselves. Over the years, we have been able to assist the elderly, disabled, disadvantaged families and many different local groups in many different ways. Around the world Lions Clubs International provides much needed financial and practical aid where there are natural disasters like tsunamis and earthquakes as well as having numerous ongoing projects such as combating blindness and providing water wells in areas of drought.
Members of Sale Lions spend a lot of time fund-raising and have raised thousands of pounds for good causes but have fun doing it and we are always grateful for the support that we receive year after year from the people of Sale. Without this support we could not achieve any of our aims. We have many major fundraising activities including an Annual Fete , Golf Competition, Christmas Street Collection, Bag packing and a Sportsman’s Dinner. We are also involved in community projects like the Message in a Bottle scheme which allows for vital information to be stored in the homes of elderly and vulnerable people. We also issue food vouchers at Christmas time to the elderly and infirm.
On the social side, our members enjoy meals out, barbecues, quiz nights and dances.
Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.