Woodbridge & District Lions Club – 40th Anniversary

The Lions Club of Woodbridge and District was chartered (founded) in 1982, this year is therefore the Club’s 40th anniversary. To commemorate this event we decided that there would be no better way to record this, in the year of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, than to plant a tree in a Woodbridge park. The most appropriate site was agreed to be the spot in Elmshurst Park that we previously planted a tree to commemorate the Club’s 25th anniversary, the original tree having failed to flourish in recent years.

In other news, following the COVID pandemic, we desperately need to replenish our charitable funds and our popular Art Show and Sale returns to the Salvation Army Hall, just off the Thoroughfare in Woodbridge, on Saturday 21st May, doors open at 9.30 and entry is free. Works of art are generously donated by the Kesgrave Art Club and will be on show and for sale. Every painting is framed and nothing costs more than £30, with many prices well below that. Tea, coffee and home-made cakes will be on sale.


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