December 2020

Christmas Parcels


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Woolmer Forest Lions - Xmas Parcels 2020



Woolmer Forest Lions have been busy preparing their annual Christmas Food Parcels . This year they will
be helping 100 local families in need of some extra support at Christmas time. They would like to thank
all of you who have helped to make this happen by putting money in their collection boxes. A special
thanks also goes to Bordon Tesco who were a great help with the mammoth shopping task. Woolmer
Forest Lions wish you all a very safe and happy Christmas and if you would like to find out more about
them please contact their President, Joanne Wilson, on aywilson@btopenworld.com




Santa Sleigh Collections




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Santa Sleigh in Grayshott - December 12


Woolmer Forest Lions commenced their Santa Sleigh collections in the Grayshott area. Thanks to everyone who supported us. The collection raised 350's which is a fantastic sum. Well done to the Lions who participated and the public for their generous natures.

More reports will follow.


Certificate of Appreciation to Sue Birch




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Woolmer Forest Lions presented Whitehill resident Sue Birch with a well deserved Certificate

of Appreciation for the voluntary work she has done since the start of the first lockdown. Sue

has been sewing away in her spare bedroom for 8 hours a day and has produced over 450

sets of colourful scrubs which have been given to Basingstoke and Winchester hospitals, as

well as many of the local care homes.

She has also raised 1200 for a local school by selling her face masks she has made and has

also found the time to produce colourful bunting.


The Certificate of Appreciation was presented by Club President Joanne Wilson and Welfare

Chair Maureen Johns. Joanne said Woolmer Forest Lions were proud to be able to highlight

the hard work Sue had put in to help others during this difficult year



TREE DRESSING - HOGMOOR INCLOSURE



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Woolmer Forest Lions club took part in this years Tree Dressing in Hogmoor Inclosure. Joanne Wilson Club President said the club was very happy to support this venture. The webmaster added this was a tree-mendous boost to the community..