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Forth Valley Lions Club


Falkirk, Clackmannanshire and the Forth Valley has a rich and vibrant heritage dating back to Roman times, one that visitors have ready access to today. The busy commercial centre of Falkirk was once the northernmost frontier of the Roman Empire, and around its outskirts the remains of the Antonine Wall still stand.

We’re looking for community minded volunteers to join a new Lions Club in the Forth Valley.

These two incredible sculptures are the centre piece of Scotland’s newest parkland The Helix, which lies between Falkirk and Grangemouth in the Forth Valley.

Lions have fun supporting the local community and organising a range of events to raise money for good causes, locally, nationally and internationally

We are proud to be setting out on a journey to build an even stronger local community in this beautiful part of Scotland. Around the world our 1.4 million members in 46,000 clubs who perform community service in 210 countries and geographic areas are different in many ways, but share a core belief


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and use the subject title “Forth Valley Lions”

District Convention 2018

Convention in 2018 took place in Northallerton from 16th to 18th November at The Golden Lion Hotel. For the full story of this the final 105NE Convention follow this link

If you need the password to the "Member's Area" please e-mail here including the name of your Lions Club.
International President Guðrún
It’s just what Lions do!

Celebrating 100 years of helping the community 👏🎉

Posted by BBC Radio York on Saturday, 21 October 2017
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