Lewes Lions Club is part of a worldwide organisation known as Lions Clubs International. Situated in East Sussex, the Club serves the County Town of Lewes and surrounding areas.


Outgoing President Lion Alan Dunn handing over the Presidents Collar to Lion Sid Decaix. June 2019
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All the profits from fundraising events are used to fund projects and charity work undertaken by Lions Clubs. The cost of running Lions Clubs and Lions Clubs International comes from the dues paid by members.

About Lewes Lions

Lewes Lions Club was started in 1970 by a group of local people wanting to serve their local and wider community. Our club is a registered charity (no. 1065869/0) and, by means of the proceeds from events such as.

Annual ‘Toad In The Hole’ Competition, Christmas Concert given by the LGB Brass, Easter Egg Raffle in Pubs around Lewes. Autum Concert given by Loughton Village Choir.

 We provided help and assistance to persons in need and other voluntary groups in the community.

The number of club members fluctuates but is currently 16, one of whom is an original founder member having served his community for over 40 years!!!

To enable us to continue with the good work the club has done in the past, we are looking for community minded people to join us, take a look at our Membership page.

What Are Our Aims?

Give something back to our Community.

Meet like minded people and enjoy an active social life.

The club is totally democratic and autonomous in that we decide how we raise and spend our funds.

We have no Political, Business or Religious ties.

Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service club organisation with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.