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Welcome to the Lions Club of Bletchley, Milton Keynes' website from President Mike Baldwin.
Our Lions Club supports a range of good causes and projects in our local area where you can get involved. We organise remarkable and memorable fundraising activities. We also support both National and International projects with memorable fundraising activities. All profits raised going direct to good causes. We have been doing this for the past 50 years. Lions Club International has been doing it since 1917. Look around our website and see for yourself. If you feel you would like to get involved in any way or would like more information, give us a call or send us an email. We are friendly and won’t bite.
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The Lions Club of Bletchley aim is to help the local community. This picture shows the Lions doing a litter picking, The Lions Club of Bletchley aim is to help the local community. This picture shows the Lions doing a litter picking in Windmill Hill, they collected 8 bags of rubbish and West Bletchley Council have praised the Lions effort.
For more information about Bleed Kits .Please contact Bleedkit@lcbmk.co.uk
The Bleed Kit product was passed as a Lions 105a official project for all the clubs in this District on 19th May 2019
"Give as you live"
For more information about "Message in a Bottle" .
"We Serve With Pride in Our Community"
Lions Club of Bletchley celebrated its 50th Charter Night at the MK Dons Stadium, Milton Keynes, with a 3-course meal, the guest of honor was DG Kamal Sharma,
Lion President Michael Baldwin and the DG Kamal Sharma gave a speech to the dinner guest.
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