Winterton and District Lions Club was Chartered in December 1999 It is a mixed club of  35 members of all ages above are few of our happy crew with new President Pauline.


See Club Projects Page for Press release by Lindsey Lodge Hospital re our Donation.

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Below are some of our members painting our Tractor for the winterton Sculpture Trail.

For more information visit our Club Projects page.


For more information re out tractor Sculpture see our Club Projects page.


The finished Sculpture.


The aim of our club is to support local Charities/deserving causes in Winterton and surrounding District, which covers all 13 villages in our area plus the town of Winterton itself. 


As part of our fundraising we now have a page on the Lincs Lotto.

To access our page please click the following link....

Winterton and District Lions Lincs Lotto.


In addition to purely local causes we take an active role on any Zone projects and provide support for both District and Worldwide appeals for help.

History of Lions Clubs

The Lions Clubs are 100 years old this year and began in 1917 when a Chicago business man believed local businesses should expand their horizons from just professional concerns to the betterment of their communities and the world at large. The business circle of Chicago liked the idea and further explored the this through similar groups and at the first meeting the "Association of Lions Clubs" came into existence. Their first national convention was in Dallas in October 1917 and 22 Clubs from 9 states were there to approve the 'Lions Clubs'The establishment of the first Lions Club in Britain was some years later in London in 1950.

The International Association of Lions Clubs is the largest Service Club organisation in the world with over 1.3 million members in more than 46,000 clubs in 202 countries. The British Isles have 944 Clubs and 20,000 members whose primary purpose is to serve those in need.

Our vision is "To be the global leader in community and humanitarian services"

Our Mission is"To empower volunteersto serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote understanding through Lions Clubs" 


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.

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