Woodbridge Repair Café Opens

In a further environmental initiative the Club have funded the Transition Woodbridge group to enable them to open a Repair Café at St John’s Church this month with a view to reducing the number of items which end up in landfill by repairing them. The café will be open on the first Monday of each

September News

Woodbridge and District Lions Club continue to support organisations and initiatives to raise awareness about the issues of single-use plastics, litter and waste in general. The Club has provided fifteen schools, in and around the Woodbridge areas, with a book from the Wild Tribe Heroes collection which are written by acclaimed children’s author Ellie Jackson

Woodbridge Regatta – Duck Dive

Woodbridge and District Lions Club have continued their busy schedule of fund-raising events. The Woodbridge Regatta is our main summer fund raiser and we are pleased to report that a total of just over £1,100 was made at this year’s event which will be used for the benefit of local charities and good causes. We

Iconic race returns to Martlesham

The much-loved Martlesham 10k race will return this year, thanks to work between the race’s partners to include the event in the 2019 race calendar. The race, which sees hundreds of runners tackling 4 laps of Martlesham Heath green and the surrounding area, has raised thousands for local causes thanks to the efforts of the

Fund Raising Events in May

Woodbridge Lions Club will be running two exciting fund-raising events during May. Our Electric Pig Race Night being held at the Hacheston Village Hall on Saturday 11th May from 7.00pm. There is a licensed bar and tickets are £8 which includes a ploughman’s. Tickets are on sale from Garnett’s Gardens in Hacheston or by contacting

February News

Woodbridge Lions Club will be running a number of community and fund-raising events over the coming months. Our monthly Quay Time sessions enable people to meet over tea (or coffee) and cakes to enjoy each other’s company.  These afternoons themselves may feature quizzes, board games or visiting speakers and offer an opportunity to arrange social

January News

Woodbridge Lions Club would like to thank everyone who contributed so generously to our street and store collections in the run up to Christmas and special thanks to Tesco Martlesham Heath and Suffolk Coastal District Council for their kind permission to hold collections. In total we raised £1,091 which will help us to continue to

November News

Woodbridge Lions Club would like to thank everyone who came and supported our recent Art Show and Sale which raised £430 which will help us to continue to be able to support local good causes. Quay Time, our joint venture project with Woodbridge Quay Church, presents an informal opportunity for people to meet over tea

September News

Woodbridge and District Lions Club continue to work to support the local community and turned out in September to help at the Alzheimer’s Society Memory Walk event in Christchurch Park, Ipswich.  It was a wonderful day which was enjoyable and rewarding for participants and helpers alike. Lions Stella and Pat preparing to go off to