Club Projects

Lions River Park view platforms 2023/24

The Thamesford Lions are thrilled with the results of their collaboration with the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority and Township of Zorra, regarding the Lions River Park upgrade in Thamesford. The park has a walking trail, Harvey Beaty Memorial garden, benches, access to the water and now features viewing platforms that will help act as a naturalized buffer zone along the river's banks. This buffer zone will protect the banks from erosion and sedimentation that occurs due to foot traffic in the watercourse. We're excited to plant native trees, shrubs, and pollinator plants in the upcoming spring season! We look forward to more projects like this!
For more information, check out the article below.

Pollinator Garden

The Lion volunteers, along with the Thamesford Girl Guides, built a pollinator garden located at the North Park corner in 2022

Planting Trees

Volunteers were busy in 2021 and 2022 planting trees in the North and South Park and along the newly built walkway behind the Arena

Pavilion in Lions South Park

In 2020, during COVID, The Lions took on a project to build a Pavilion at the Lions South Park.

Parks and Environment

An ongoing project of the Thamesford Lions Club is the enhancement of the parks within the village.  Thamesford is blessed with four large parks and one small park giving us a high ratio parks to people. 


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