March Lions raise more than �250 at memorable charter night
MORE than 70 people enjoyed March Lions’ charter night at the Oliver Cromwell Hotel.
Lions president Mike Eatock highlighted the achievements of the club in the last year and said he looked forward to further success in the future.
More than �250 was raised through a raffle and auction before guests danced the night away to the music of Bondy.
The charter night came after vice-president John Potter and Lion Derek Rutter presented the awards for the club’s peace poster competition.
Prizes were presented at All Saints Primary School, with Annie Howells the winner, Katie-Leigh Shackloth second and Hollie Buffham third. The winning poster now proceeds to the next stage of the international competition.
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The Lions thanked all those who took part and the staff for their support.
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