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Region 3 – District 105a – Zone E



Registered Charity No 1012829 (England & Wales)

Visitors to this site since  October 20th, 2010

London-Hendon Lions Club is part of Lions Clubs International, the world's largest service organisation which was formed in 1917 in the USA. Growth has been significant and there are now over 1.35 million members in over 195 countries with more than 45,000 clubs. Our motto is “We Serve”


We currently have 20 members and meet once a month to discuss current and future service projects and fund-raising events for those worthy causes including helping victims caught up in natural disasters and helping the elderly and disadvantaged children. Our aim is to build an environment of true community spirit and togetherness which enables us to help those less fortunate than ourselves. We help where help is needed, it could be in our own communities or around the world.


We welcome any comments, suggestions or feedback you may have either on this website or on our club’s activities.  Please contact me or any of the club officers to find out more about the work of the Lions or to join us as a member to lessen our burden. We really could do with some more hands to serve those less fortunate than ourselves.

You can contact me or any of the Club officials here

Welcome ......

Welcome to the Lions Club of London - Hendon website. The information on this website is designed to show the outside world who we are, what we do and our wider role in the local and international community, as well as allow fellow club members and other Lions to be kept updated with the latest projects and events being undertaken by the Club.

Our Club is part of the world's largest network of voluntary service organisations, Lions Clubs International, which has as its prime objective to create and foster a spirit of understanding among the peoples of the world. Lions Clubs take an active interest in the civic, cultural, social and moral welfare of their communities and promote the principles of good government and good citizenship. The money raised by the Lions is used principally to help people in the local community, but also, in line with the Lions’ worldwide perspective, to help those in need in other countries, particularly the Third World.

You can read more about Lions Clubs International (British Isles and Ireland) here  and Lions Clubs International here  and Lions District 105a here

We welcome interest from anybody who wants to know more about Lionism, simply wants more information, would like to join us or indeed offer their help. We would be delighted to welcome you to one of our regular monthly meetings (held on the second Monday of each month). Click here to contact one of our club officials.

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(Click on “Lion Magazine” under “News and Events” )




LCLH Present Moorfields Eye Charity With Cheque

During 2011-2012 Lions Club of London Hendon collected funds for its chosen charity Moorfields Eye Charity.  Moorfields Eye Charity representatives were invited to attend the August 2012 monthly business meeting on the 13th August 2012 to collect a cheque for  £4001.

2 representatives from the Charity attended the meeting and the presentation was made in front of all the Club members.

LCLH have subsequently been informed that the money was used towards the purchase of an Optical Coherence Tomography (OPT) device. To quote “Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is an emerging technology for performing high-resolution cross-sectional imaging. OCT is analogous to ultrasound imaging, except that it uses light instead of sound. OCT can provide cross-sectional images of tissue structure on the micron scale in situ and in real time. Using OCT in combination with catheters and endoscopes enables high-resolution intraluminal imaging of organ systems.”






















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LCLH Donates To The British Heart Foundation

During the October business meeting held on the 8th October 2012, LCLH presented a cheque for £3025 to the British Heart Foundation. The money was raised in memory of the tragic death of the Late Lion Sunil Patel due to a heart attack. He was a Charter Founder member of the Club. (See News/Social for more details)

Also present at the meeting were members of Late Lion Sunil’s immediate family


Lions District 105a Annual Funday

The annual Funday organised by District 105a, will be held this year on the 23rd June 2013. This will be the 4th such event to be held.

The Funday is held to entertain people with special needs and includes their parents/carers. Parents/Carers or organisations looking people with special needs, are invited to attend the Funday. Entertainment ranging from bouncy castles, giant slide, various games of skill and fun, side shows, music and lots of entertainment are all provided free!. Parents/Carers also get an opportunity to take a break and along with their children/charges enjoy themselves.

If you are an organisation or a parent/carer looking after people with special and wish to attend the Lions District 105a Funday, you can register on the funday website. Please click here (the website will open in a new window).   

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GOSH Nominated Charity For 2012-2013

LCLH have nominated Great Ormond Street Childrens Hospital Charity as their chosen charity for 2012-2013.

“Great Ormond Strret Childrens Hospital first opened its doors on Valentine’s Day 1852 with 10 beds to cater specifically for sick children in response to the shockingly high level of infant mortality in London.

The hospital is dedicated to children?s healthcare and world famous for its pioneering research into finding new and better ways to treat childhood illnesses. Each year there are over 200,000 patient visits to the hospital, most are referred from other hospitals throughout the UK and Overseas. There are more than 50 different clinical specialties at GOSH. The hospital is at the forefront of paediatric training in the UK, training more children?s nurses than any other hospital.

GOSH’s mission is to provide world-class clinical care and training, pioneering new research and treatments in partnership with others for the benefit of children in the UK and worldwide.

In everything they do, they work hard to live up to their three core values: pioneering, world-class and collaborative.”

LCLH have already carried out one function in aid of GOSH. A themed dinner and dance was held on the 8th December 2012. An Easter Egg competition, Mehfil (musical programme) and a balloon race will be held in the coming months to further aid the cause.

More details about GOSH Charity can be found on their website here (website will open in a separate window)

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LCLH Balloon Race In Aid Of GOSH Charity

LCLH will be selling balloons in preparation for a balloon race. Balloons will be sold for £5 per balloon. All balloons purchased will be gathered together and released on 23rd June at the Metropolitan Police Grounds in Bushey during the District 105a Funday.

Two prizes will be awarded to the finders of the balloons which have floated the furthest from the point of release. Prizes will also be given to the 2 people who actually purchased those balloons. Labels will be attached to the balloons to identify the purchaser and also provide information to the finder on where to return the label.

If you wish to help please email Lion Navin Shah for details. His email address is navins@lionsclubhendon.org  

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Raffle Prize Draw July 2016

Congratulations to the winners of The Lions Club of London Hendon 2016 Grand Raffle. The draw was held during the annual Club Handover ceremony.


The lucky winners are :

1st Prize of £2500 : Winner wishes to remain anonymous  (ticket number 0375)

2nd Prize of £1000 : Peter Collins (ticket number 0608)

3rd Prize of £750   : Ravina Rattan (ticket number 0264)

4th Prize of £250   : Munir Samji (ticket number 0244)


We are grateful to all our supporters who purchased the raffle tickets and helped us raise funds for the various worthy causes that help those less fortunate than ourselves. The money raised will be used to help the victims of the Nepal Earthquake, Eye Camps, Street Children and other Lionistic Charities.