It’s amazing how projects start. Westbury resident John Fryer remembered a small, narrow patch of land close to All Saints Church as a Quaker graveyard, long abandoned and now covered in weeds, rubble and rubbish. The only clue to its former use was a strangely shaped stone grave marker, half buried in the debris. John’s... View ArticleRead More
Following their successful 3k Santa Fun Run in December, Redfish Events team Tracey Hyde and Adam Firks popped along to our January business meeting to present a cheque for £200. Also at the meeting was Leighton Recreation Centre manager Keith Brunsden, who hosted the event. The event is becoming more and more popular in Westbury,... View ArticleRead More
With your donations we have raised over £6400 this year to support community projects and families in need over the next 12 months, matching last years amazing club record! Although we had to cancel one night due to poor weather, this result is a remarkable fundraising achievement for the town and we are especially grateful to... View ArticleRead More
Wow! What an enjoyable morning, and we continue to be so lucky with the weather! We had 112 runners competing today, thank you to each and every one who took part and helped us raise a great sum for supporting the community of Westbury. It was great to see so many competitors participating in the... View ArticleRead More
On Sunday 2nd September Westbury Lions and Trowbridge Lions joined forces to put on the White Horse Classic & Vintage Vehicle Show. This new event was the culmination of a desire from both clubs to work together on a fundraiser which would breath new life into their calendars and attract a new group of visitors... View ArticleRead More
Westbury Lions are a group of people from all walks of life, both male and female, with a common interest in helping our local community.
We are part of Lions Clubs International, the worlds largest voluntary service organisation with 1.3 million members serving in over 200 countries. In Britain alone there are over 920 Lions Clubs all focused on improving their local communities and supporting worldwide needs such as disaster relief and eradicating disease. Specifically in the UK, we are members of Zone C, of District 105D, which consists of the Lions Clubs of Trowbridge, Warminster, Westbury, Bradford on Avon and Gillingham, Shaftesbury and Mere (GMS).
Westbury Lions meet twice a month for business and committee meetings. These meetings progress a range of topics including fund raising, welfare and social events. Our meetings start at 7:30pm and are held at the United Reformed Church Hall which is accessed from The Butts, off Warminster Road, Westbury.Find out more about us here