Lions 105EA Weekly News 28th April

Lion Matty Bungard 
For everyone going to MD Convention next week, our two Districts of 105E & 105EA are merging to create District 105CE
On the Sunday we will be welcoming in Lion Gurcharan (Guch) Manku as the First DG of 105CE
lets try to get all of E & EA sitting in the area marked up CE
As usual we will have all the noise and confetti cannons that go with the DG walk in
For those staying over, I will arrange our usual Sunday night Chinese buffet
If you can let me know by Saturday so I can book with the restaurant
Have a safe journey and see you all there

From Lion Derek Rutter GLT (repeat)
Incoming Officers Day for the new District 105CE organised with the kind permission of DG Mandy and DG Steve for all clubs from both EA and E within the new District.
There will be a session organised for incoming Presidents and Vice Presidents and all those who may wish to be considered for President of their club in the future, and another session for both incoming Secretaries and Treasurers and again those members who may wish to be considered for these posts within their clubs in the future.
The date is Sunday 2nd June 2019 at the Holiday Inn Peterborough West (PE3 6SG), commencing at 10 for a 10.30 start, coffee and tea will be provided at the start and also midway through. If you wish to have a lunch provided Sandwiches and Chips can be ordered at a cost of £8.50 each. Apart from the cost of lunch, if required, the day is free of charge for participants.
Please book by Thursday 23rd May through Lion Derek Rutter, GLT for District 105CE ( )

From Beccles and District
Beccles and District Lions Club are celebrating their 50th Charter Anniversary Dinner and because of the demand we are able to accommodate a few more people despite it be only a couple of weeks away.
The Menu choices are
1)  Smoked Haddock Croquette with a Leek, Garden Pea and Smoked Cheddar Fricassee
2)  Duck Liver Pate Brochette, Curly Endive, Candied Orange and Walnuts
3)  Mushroom Arancini, Sweet Potato Puree and Shoots
4)  Roast Loin Of Dingley Dell Pork,  Apple Cider And Thyme Sauce
5)  Beetroot Infused Salmon Beetroot Puree And Beetroot Crisps
6)  Chickpea And Vegetable Tagine, Raisins And Apricots
All Served With Roast New Potatoes And A Selection Of Vegetables
7)  Dark Chocolate and Hazelnut Torte, Chocolate Cream and Gold Leaf Crumb
8)  Banana Crème Brûlée, Honeycomb Crumble and White Chocolate Shard
9)  Selection Of Cheeses With All The Trimmings
Freshly Brewed Tea & Coffee
£34 per person
DATE:  Saturday, 11th May, 2019.  VENUE:  Waveney House Hotel, Puddingmoor, Beccles, NR34 9PL.
TIME:  6.30 p.m. for 7.00 p.m.
We have a memorable evening planned for all – so why not come along and join us to celebrate our 50th Anniversary as a Lions Club
Contact Club Treasurer Lion Chris Eglington – Telephone 01502 531044, Mobile 07454 212036 Email

From Chelmsford Lions
Prepared to be amazed, astounded and just a little bit perplexed at Chelmsford Lions’ Magic Night, on Saturday 29 June. Tickets are the bargain price of £15 including a fish and chip supper (other choices available). The venue for this extravaganza is St John Payne School, Patching Hall Lane, Chelmsford CM1 4BS, from 7pm, bring your own drinks. For tickets please contact Lion Andrea Cooper on 07736 438249 /

From Bungay Lions
Due to unforeseen circumstances Bungay Area Lions have had to cancel thier Charter Night on the 15th June.

From Saffron Walden Lions
Don’t miss the chance to celebrate Saffron Walden Charter at Saffron Walden Golf Club on the 25th May during the Golf Club’s centenary celebrations.
The dinner will be held at the Saffron Walden Golf Club.
Dress is a minimum of smart casual.
Timing, arrival at 7pm to enable dining at 7:30pm.
Cost is £24.90 for two courses with coffee and mints or £30.30 for three courses with coffee and mints.
Contact is Lion President Mick Bassett 01223 894876
Duo of Melon Slices of Honeydew & Cantaloupe Melon, served with Parma Ham, Rocket & a Fruit Dressing
Prawn & Avocado Tower Layered Prawn & Avocado, entwined with a Marie Rose Sauce
Traditional Roast Beef  Served with a Yorkshire & a Wholegrain Mustard Gravy
Sherry Chicken Fillet of Chicken cooked with spring onions & ginger on a bed of Leeks, drizzled in a Sherry Sauce
Puff Pastry with a light filling Leek, Goats Cheese, Walnut & Lemon Tart   (Vegetarian Option)
All of the above are served with a selection of seasonal Vegetables
Treacle Tart An Old-Fashioned Favourite served with a light Custard
Warm Chocolate Blondie Amazingly gooey Brownie with a delicate White Chocolate Flavour
Coffee and Mints
2 course meal followed by Coffee & Mints £24.90
3 course meal followed by Coffee & Mints £30.30
Upon request, dishes may be able to be altered to accommodate any dietary requirements
Please note a list of allergens is available on request
Meals can be altered to accommodate gluten free etc as long as the club knows 14 days prior to the event.

From Southend Lions
Southend on Sea Lions Club Quiz Night Friday 3rd. May 2019 Cupid’s Country Club Cupid’s Chase. Gt.Wakering SS30AX
7.00 for 7.30 Start
Cost is £5pp
Bring your own nibbles
There is a bar on site
1st. Prize £100 to the winning team chosen registered charity For more info please contact Lion Pam Roberts
07480 231332

And Finallay from Wymondham Lions
Good morning David,
I have DG Mandy’s permission to ask you to include the following in this weeks Weekly News.
Anyone interested should contact Terry direct.
Many thanks
From: Terry Hickman Smith <>
Sent: 24 April 2019 17:46
To: John Wilde
Subject: Lions help
Dear John,
I wonder if the Wymondham Lions, or any other Lions Clubs, would be interested, willing and available to help our Rotary club who are going to help the CPRE.
On 28 July the CPRE (Campaign to Protect Rural England) and the Norfolk Heritage Building Trust (NHBT) are jointly holding a summer Festival, known as Aestival, at Raveningham Hall.  It will, as it has in the past, be a well-attended and prestigious event with activities, stalls, good food and drink, vintage car rally and so on.  I am assisting by organising people to help with the car parking arrangements.  Would your Club be willing and able to provide a few people to assist?  It will involve a short stint, or stints, during the day, directing cars to the area reserved for visitors and ensuring that the cars park effectively.  Free access to the event would be the immediate reward but also the knowledge that those who help are assisting the charitable causes of the CPRE and the NHBT.
Could you please let me know if you have some members who would be willing and able to help on the day.  Also do you know of any other organisations which might do that sort of thing?  The more people we can get the easier the task.
I would appreciate an answer as soon as you are able to do so.
In hope and anticipation….
Terry Hickman Smith
Rotary Club of Wymondham
Trustee of NHBT