Wetherby District Lions are saying ‘thank you!’ to forty (40) voluntary carers who work tirelessly to look after relatives and friends. We had planned a meal for them but current restrictions prevent this. Therefore, the Lions, with a very generous donation from Sir Robert Ogden, have produced forty vouchers that will be distributed to carers redeemable at The Fox & Hounds (Walton) or The Bay Horse (Kirk Deighton). “It’s been a privilege to bring a bit of joy to people’s live
We are all hoping that that the tremendous efforts being made to vaccinate a substantial number of the population will hasten a return to a more ‘normal’ way of life. When visiting the Hallfield Lane Vaccination Hub, you won’t meet Boris Johnson, Matt Hancock or
Chris Whitty! You will, however, meet members of Wetherby District Lions who will have erected their gazebos to provide shelter and who will welcome you and do their best to make your visit as effortless as possible.
With over 30 shows with the Wetherby Musical Theatre Group and 55 years as a member of Wetherby District Lions Club, Colin is eminently qualified for the title of "Lion King" ! Colin Gaden was born at Norton, Malton in 1931 where he attended Malton Grammar School. Leaving school, he worked for the Public Health Inspector at Malton Town Hall and attended night school in Leeds studying and qualifying in Public Health. He then moved on to work for Flaxton Council. His next move