Welcome to the pages of Rottingdean and Saltdean Lions

Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service club organisation. Its 1.4 million members are dedicated to bettering the quality of life for the handicapped, the poor, the sick and the aged. The motto of Lions Clubs International is “WE SERVE,” and Lions live this motto with enthusiasm.

Rottingdean and Saltdean Lions are a service organisation of volunteers who raise funds by organising and staffing local events such as Rottingdean Lions Fayre, Saltdean Gala, a sponsored swim and similar fundraising activities.

The Club helps local communities in a number of ways with every penny raised going direct to good causes.  Not one penny is spent on administration as the Lions Club running costs are funded by our members.  We focus on good deeds and help those who are less fortunate…

Rottingdean & Saltdean Lions Club Charitable Trust Fund No 1001889

For more information about Rottingdean and Saltdean Lions click here

We look forward to your continued support to enable us to help good causes in our area.

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January 2020 Winning numbers

£50 –  No 103      £30 – No 69      £30 – No 165

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Lion President Geoff Rhodes with Lions Arthur Jarvis and Andy Wavell plus their wives visited Jamie’s Farm at Lewes where recently a donation of £500 had been made towards the running costs of the farm.  Typically this will keep the bio mass boiler running for three months.  The work done with young disadvantaged people who come to the farm for a week was explained.  We were all impressed with the dedication of the staff and the value of the work done on the farm. 


Our 2019 sponsored swim took place at Roedean School pool on Sunday 20 October. 

The teams who participated will retain 50% of the money raised for their own charitable purposes. The major beneficiary of the Lions’ share of the money will be, as usual, Chestnut Tree House Children’s Hospice.

David Hunt of the Four Deans Stroke Club thanked Lion President Geoff Rhodes for the Lions’ donation towards the cost of a new disabled persons’ transport vehicle.

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For any enquiries or if you are interested in getting involved please contact club secretary, David Walker at info@rottingdeanandsaltdeanlions.org.uk 

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