Message in a Bottle

This simple but effective scheme provides vulnerable people or people living on their own with vital life saving information in a common place, the fridge, where it can easily be found in the event of an emergency.

Two labels, one on the inside of the front door and the other on the fridge, alerts the Emergency Services that this information is available.

The information stored in this readily identifiable container includes personal details, doctor’s name and telephone number, a brief description of any medical conditions, allergies, family contact details and Repeat Prescription location details for current medication information.

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Co op Local Community Fund 2019 -2020

We are pleased to announce we have been selected as one of the Co op local community fund causes for 2019 --2020 .

Please help us raise vital funds by selecting us as your chosen " cause".

For those who are Members of the Co op please do this now to support Newcastle Under Lyme Lions Club CIO

Sign into your Co op online account at ( top right) 

Go to the link Community Fund and choose Newcastle - under-Lyme Lions Club CIO your cause for this year.

Thank you for your support.

Wheelchair Loan Service

Newcastle Lions Club has a small number of lightweight folding wheelchairs which can be borrowed for periods of up to three months.

This Free service is open to residents of the Newcastle Borough and intended for those with a short-term need, for example following an accident, or pending provision by the NHS of a long term loan chair.

Fees are not directly charged, but a donation is always welcome.

Telephone 01782 633986/632099 for help and information

Lions in the  Silverdale Trees

Members of Newcastle Lions Club joined with children from St Lukes and Silverdale primary schools to plant over 400 sapling trees on the Silverdale Community Country Park.

The trees are part of the Woodland Trust ”More Trees More Good” initiative and are part of the growing parkland that now covers a majority of the former Silverdale Colliery site.

Newcastle Lions President David Slack commented “ There are 420 trees being planted, which will provide year round colour, food and cover for the wildlife. The youngsters taking part today will be able to watch the area mature in their lifetime in the knowledge that they helped in planting the trees”

The trees will be maintained and monitored by Groundwork, West Midlands as part of their on-going work to produce a country park for the local community. Already the park is being used by walkers and bird watchers and the Void water area has attracted many new varieties of wildlife to the area.


Charity number: 1128858 | Company number: 06823225



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