Sandcastles at the ‘First Light Festival’

Lowestoft Lions would like to thank all the children and adults who helped in the sandcastle record attempt on the first day of the First Light Festival. Fast and Furious Sandcastle building Although the previous record was not broken a wonderful total of 875 sandcastles were built to create a new First Light Festival record.

Egg Trail

Lions keep cool to avoid chocolate meltdown   With temperatures in the high teens organisers of an Easter Egg Trail on Sunday had their work cut out to ensure that the chocolate eggs they were giving as rewards for correctly completing the course, didn’t melt. With hundreds of youngsters, many wearing Easter bunny ears and


Lowestoft Lions join service to honour fallen war heroes – 100 years since Armistice Day Two Lowestoft Lions members represented their club at the remembrance parade in their hometown to remember those killed and wounded in conflict, as the nation marked100 years since Armistice Day. Hundreds gathered at the war memorial on Lowestoft’s Royal Plain

Running Hot (Lowestoft Half Marathon)

What an amazing Lowestoft Half Marathon event this morning! Perfect weather conditions brought out crowds of supporters. The Lowestoft Lions club was pleased to sponsor the finishers medals and assist with car park duties. Thank you to the runners featured in these photos who obtained sponsors and ran on behalf of the Lowestoft Lions, raising

A grand day out

Hundreds flock to Oulton Broad to enjoy the Lowestoft Lions charity gala day Fine weather and great fun for all the family attracted hundreds of people to a popular annual Gala Day.With a packed programme of entertainment, the annual Lowestoft Lions Charity Gala day at Nicholas Everitt Park in Oulton Broad was enjoyed by large


Sylvia and Russell entertain the children for the last time For many years they have been an integral part of Gala Day keeping a generation of children entertained – but now a popular pair have decided to call it a day and put away their music and games and to put their feet up. Russell