Bradley Wiggins leads the British road cycling team up Box Hill earlier long seen as a preserve of the suburban car-is-king mentality, has run. Come an enjoy a genuine American Car Show! . The Lions Clubs of Park Orchards, Forest Hill, Box Hill, South Vermont .. It is to my great delight Lin Byron agreed to be Cabinet Treasurer for the rest of this year ending 30th June Rykas Boxhill on the A24 Busiest at weekends/Wednesdays. Whiteways Sunday Pre 66 Car/Hotrod Meet Oxleas Cafe Shooters hill Last Sunday. Look out .
We will be adding to the list every week as more events are confirmed.
Boxhill Classic Fords meet here - Picture of Rykas, Dorking
This event is actually taking place in on August 4, Richard Daniels Back for the tenth revival of the earlys hill climb, this charity festival in Buckinghamshire packs in more than cars and bikes on the hill and on display in the paddock. Notable attractions this year include the John Player Special Lotus transporter carrying two very different cars than those in period — Formula and CanAm racers, the Napier Railton from Brooklands, which will take on the hill, and the most extreme car yet from McLaren, the Senna.
Enjoy the relaxed, village atmosphere with some great food and drink and browse the many trade outlets. Come and meet Antiques Roadshow expert Eric Knowles together with Paul Hayes and Tom Keane, who will be offering free valuations and advice over the two-day festival. Full event details and advance ticket purchase at www.
Operations at RAF Castle Combe commenced in as a training base although it soon grew in status and eventually featured amenities such as two steel-mesh runways and multiple hangars surrounded by a paved perimeter track. The circuit layout is pretty much as it was inwhile eight of the former RAF buildings remain, most significantly the old control tower which is now the race control building. There will be a special classes for American cars and hot rods on the Bugatti Owners' Club hillclimb, as well as American car displays, a dedicated concours area and US-themed entertainment.
Many of these, along with a host of other American vehicles, will take part in a cavalcade up the hillclimb.
Classic car events calendar: great events for summer and autumn
Contact your DG in the first instance or email pr lions. Judging of District finalists has been planned for Saturday 21st November Please find attached invitation - hope you will be able to join us on this occasion. Here are three great ways that you and your club can join the celebration this year and throughout the Centennial Celebration: Be sure to report your Centennial projects on MyLCI to earn a banner patch for each year that your club participates.
You and your club can earn limited-edition awards in the Centennial Celebration Membership Awards for inviting new members and helping to sponsor a new club. Celebrate years of Lions by identifying a special project that will make a lasting impact in your community.
- Classic car events calendar: great events for summer and autumn 2018
Look forward to receiving more information about developing your own Legacy Project. Download the Centennial Celebration Flyer and share it with your club today!
Lycra louts, Wiggo-wannabes and the way newspapers write about cyclists
Jitsuhiro Yamada More details: This is an Australian not for profit charity whose aim it is to: We are asking for non-perishable goods to be collected by all of our Lions Clubs in our District. From everything collected we will have a working bee to put the hampers together and in partnership with one of our expert community groups in the Dandenong area we will organise distribution. Maybe you could contact business stores and places in your area. Perhaps each Club member could just collect something from home and put it together from the Club.
Start collecting items such as: Act fast, as we need the donations by Sunday the 30th of August Heathmont Lions have been serving the local community since and during that period the members have contributed to the growth and betterment of the local Heathmont community as well as contributed to wider National and International causes.
Incoming President; Leanne Jarchow also commended the community for its recent support of the Club to provide much needed cash to assist the Nepal Earthquake victims.
With donations received the Club was able to contribute to the great work undertaken by Lions Clubs International and local Lions on the ground in Nepal. In celebration of our Centennial inLions everywhere are being challenged to serve million people.
Your club can earn special Centennial recognition by hosting a service project that benefits: Bronwyn went on to win the Public Speaking segment of the State Final.Boxhill Ford Meet January 6th 2018
Bronwyn is 17 years old and attends Eltham College, she was sponsored by the Lions Club of Warrandyte. Youth of the Year is a great opportunity for your Club to associate itself with local secondary schools and meet with their students. Remember, our young people of today are our leaders of the future. Slit-lamp Upgrade for the Australian College of Optometry Some months ago the Emergency Department of the Austin Hospital in Heidelberg donated a very expensive piece of equipment a slit-lamp used in intense eye examination to Lions for an upgrade and reinstatement to a worthy recipient.
On Monday evening the 22nd September Dr Jamie Hendrie of the Austin handed the completed slit-lamp over to Ms Genevieve Napper of the Australian College of Optometry who provides low cost eye-care services to eligible Victorians through clinics in the Melbourne metropolitan area and in particular Aboriginal Services in rural Victoria run by a network of private optometrists.
Congratulations to the Vermont Club and Lion Damien for completing the project. Every dollar donated to the Foundation goes directly toward a grant, as administrative costs are paid by interest on investments.
Boxhill Classic Fords meet here - Picture of Rykas, Dorking - TripAdvisor
LCIF grants go toward Lions sight services, disaster relief, health initiatives and more. Support LCIF and make a difference. At this stage we intend to run a bus trip to and from Licola, but this will depend on how many Lions and friends would like to come.
Please do not leave it to the last minute to book, as quite a bit of forward planning is necessary to arrange the bus.