Lions Club member heading to Buckingham Palace
Burnham-On-Sea Lions Club member has been invited to Buckingham
Palace this month as Lions Clubs of the British Isles celebrate
their 100th anniversary.
Rufus, pictured left with Burnham Lions Club member Roger
Tolley, will be representing Burnham-On-Sea Lions Club at a reception
at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday 28th February.
Lions Patron, the Countess of Wessex, is hosting the event to help
Lions Clubs across the country celebrate.
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "We
are delighted that our Patron, HRH The Countess of Wessex, will
be hosting a reception at Buckingham Palace and Colin will be representing
will be joining members from across the British Isles at the Centenary
Reception, together with the organisations' charity partners."
Lions Club help their local community through fundraising and organising
events such as the annual Christmas collection at some of our local
supermarkets, a recent quiz at the Hobbs Boat Inn, raising funds
for local charities such as The Childrens Hospice South West,
In Charleys Memory, and the Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge
says it will be a "great honour" to attend the event on
behalf of the Burnham club.
Colin, pictured former Burnham-On-Sea Lions President Roger Tolley.