Lowestoft Lions ready again to bring Christmas joy


Almost as traditional as mince pies and mulled wine, Lowestoft Lions are bringing seasonal joy to their community as they have done for many years.

Hamper draw

Their Christmas festive preparations have already begun with a Hamper draw. Members spent a weekend in Morrison’s Superstore in Tower Road, Pakefield offering shoppers a chance to win one of three large hampers or three store gift vouchers as prizes in a raffle. The proceeds will partly fund 66 Christmas grocery hampers for needy families and individuals.

Over £2000 worth of groceries have been packed into food parcels with each hamper including a Christmas pudding and cake, biscuits, tins of soup, fruit, vegetables and chocolate – sufficient to ensure that the recipients would have the ingredients for a good meal on Christmas day. These will be delivered to elderly people, to families and individuals that have been referred to the Lions.


Santa and his sleigh,

Lowestoft Lions will again be helping Santa and his sleigh, complete with reindeer figures, when it is parked at superstores around Lowestoft. There Father Christmas will meet shoppers and listen to children’s Christmas gift wishes.

 13 Dec – Co-op, Ashburnham Way

  14-15         Dec – B&M, Tower Road

               17-18         Dec – Morrison’s, North Quay

      19-21         Dec – Tesco, Leisure Way

     22-24 Dec – Morrison’s, Gisleham


Children’s Christmas Party Joy

Lowestoft Lions were on hand to ensure that children’s parties held at Haven Court and Coppice Court were joyous occasions.
Santa distributed presents donated by customers at Morrison’s Pakefield and supplemented by Lowestoft Lions.


Christmas Day for Lowestoft Lions

Lowestoft Lions will on hand when more than 300 people brave the chilly North Sea to take part in the Lowestoft Christmas Charity Swim, to raise money for local good causes. A team of Lowestoft Lions will help to collect donations in buckets from hundreds of spectators who line the prom and beach watching the swim.”