The Lions Club of Morpeth has for a number of years included recycling initiatives for the benefit of needy people both locally and abroad. It started when the Lions project ‘A Gift for Living’ enables obsolete or unwanted foreign coinage to be collected and centrally be converted into funds that supports a children’s hospital in… Read More Donate your old mobile phone or ink cartridges
Spring is here and Morpeth Lions Club is continuing to enhance a woodland bank in the town’s Carlisle Park Garden that was inspired by William Turner – the father of English Botany. The Club planted 40 trees and 12 fruit bushes on the bank in 2012 to commemorate its 40th anniversary. All of the trees… Read More Woodland planting inspected by Britain in Bloom and Green Flag Judges
Q. What can be achieved when a community unites and pulls together? A. Amazing results! The Lions Club of Morpeth was out in force once again as the Greater Morpeth Development Trust organised their third ‘litter blitz‘ last weekend. Our friends at Morpeth News TV took to facebook today to praise the volunteers who joined… Read More A True Community Effort – Litter Blitz #3
The weather tested the resolve of the volunteers with dates moving around to dodge the Beast from the East! Undeterred our volunteers eventually found a weather window which made it possible to take to the Stobhill area and get to work. The recently formed Greater Morpeth Development Trust Litter Group has brought the Morpeth Lions… Read More Morpeth Litter Blitz #2 – A success!
Four years ago Morpeth Lions planted a woodland bank in the town’s Carlisle Park to celebrate the Club’s 40th anniversary. The tree planting was inspired by the botanist William Turner, the father of English botany, who lived in the town. This could not have been achieved without the considerable help of Emma Evans from the… Read More The Lions Club of Morpeth remembers Emma Evans