The Lions Club of Morpeth celebrates a ‘Century of Service’ at Buckingham Palace

Our very own Margaret Trewick, getting ready for her brush with royalty

The Countess of Wessex G.C.V.O. as Patron of Lions Clubs of the British Isles, held a Royal Reception at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday 28th February to celebrate a ‘Century of Service’. HRH has been its Patron since 2004.


Margaret Trewick, President of the Lions Club of Morpeth, joined in the 100th Birthday celebrations with hundreds of volunteers who came together with the organisations’ partners for this special occasion. Margaret tells us the story of her Day at the Palace in our Lions Blog.

Lion Phil Nathan MBE, Chair of the Centenary Celebrations for Lions Clubs of the British Isles said “let me begin by saying that during our 1st Century of service, Lions Clubs have touched millions of lives of people that needed us. 100 years of service to the community is a remarkable achievement, made possible by the selfless actions of many thousands of individual men and women, each of whom has sought to make ‘their’ community a better place.  As we enter our 2nd Century, the cry for help from those in need will most certainly become louder and we as volunteers are ready to show as Lions, We Care”.

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