The Ely Leo Club
THE Ely Leo Club has enjoyed a very busy March. Club members have attended the national conference where the club won the national travelling Leo award for the most clubs and places visited in the past year. Rebecca Brown won the Bert Mason Bursary Award
THE Ely Leo Club has enjoyed a very busy March. Club members have attended the national conference where the club won the national travelling Leo award for the most clubs and places visited in the past year.
Rebecca Brown won the Bert Mason Bursary Award, which is for the Leo of The Year aged between 18 and 21 years old.
Ely Leo Club attended the Lions district convention for all clubs in East Anglia where they held an information stand to inform Lions of all the volunteer and charity work they do and to encourage them to start a club.
Last weekend, the Leo Club attended the charter anniversary night at the Ely Lions Club where they enjoyed an evening of dinner and dancing to
celebrate another year of good work done by the Lions.
INFO: Susie Morris on 01353 662644.
- 1 21st century agreement on future of 17th century pub
- 2 ‘It’s sadly coming to a natural end’ - restaurant to close its doors by August
- 3 Village barn struck by arsonists in 4am blaze
- 4 ‘It’s been very rewarding’ - Letizia amazed by support for La Strega
- 5 Littleport 'hit and run' on Victoria Street
- 6 New bid for housing thwarted by Great Crested Newts
- 7 Florist 'busier than ever' hoping to build from lockdown success
- 8 Pedestrian struck on Ely Road in Littleport
- 9 Change of plan for A142 Mepal bridge works as July closures announced
- 10 Axing BBC TV news from Cambridge 'a backward step' says MP
Pictured are: (from left to right) Cyril Garner, Catherin Brown, Rebecca Brown and Susie and Richard Morris.