The Pantry at St. Augustine’s Church, Hedon continues to provide a useful service to residents who are facing financial difficulties. That service has now been boosted by the Holderness Lions who yesterday donated 15 festive bags to the Pantry.
The Santa’s sleigh tour of Holderness is run every year by the Holderness Lions and its appearance with Father Christmas in our villages always brings a bit of joy and delight to young and old!
Holderness Lions are holding a Family Fun Race Night on Thursday 25th July in The Alexandra Hall, Hedon. Tickets £3. Doors open 7pm first race 7.30pm.
Indian Buffet £15 per head and charity auction with auctioneer Caroline Hawley (of Bargain Hunt and Flog it fame). #Places are limited to 60 places so book early at Zaika on 01482 896669.
The list of Christmas activities across the area that your Holderness Lions Club are involved with this season, and the scheduled times!
Paull Village Hall – Victorian Carol Concert. Friday 14th December 2018. Doors open 6pm with Father Christmas! Carol Concert starts at 7:30pm. Adults £2, Children £1. Find Paull Village Hall? Click the 3 word map link:
Holderness Grange residents in Hedon were delighted to receive a potentially life-saving defibrillator unit recently. The unit was paid for with the help of a kind donation from the Holderness Lions and will be available if needed in an emergency situation at the retirement home.
CHRISTMAS would just not be the same in some of the villages in South Holderness, were it not for the visit by Santa and his Sleigh organised by the Holderness Lions. Arranged every year, usually starting with a presence at the Hedon Christmas Lights switch on, Santa and […]
The Sleigh can be seen at the Kingstown Hotel, Hull Road on Saturday 19th December 2015 from 3:30pm – 5.50pm…
HOLDERNESS Lions have presented a cheque to the Hedon British Legion Club in recognition of the support the club gives in hosting the regular monthly meetings of the Lions…
A few months ago Members of Holderness Lions gave out 96 tubes of Smarties to friends and asked them to replace the Smarties with 20 pence pieces and raise money for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance…