|The evening was hosted by Brody Swain, BBC-CW presenter.|
Musical entertainment was provided by Ella-May Stanier, who was sponsored by the Weaver’s Arms, Bulkington. Nuneaton and Bedworth Deputy Mayor Bill Hancox, was the honoured guest, presenting awards.
| Bulkington Sports Club received a total of £700 to help improve their facilities. |
This spilt between the cricket & football teams. This will go towards replacing lighting & upgrading changing facilities
|Friday Friend’s Dementia Café, based once a month in Bulkington Conference Centre were awarded £1000 to enable them to purchase instruments and equipment for musical therapy.|
|St. James Academy, Bulkington were given £1300 to build a bridge/dipping platform for their wildlife garden. ||St Michael’s Children’s Centre, Bedworth, received £1500 helping to extend their community café.|| Warwickshire Young Carers received the top prize of £2500 to take a group of young carers on a residential break.|
Also Lion President Eric gave an additional £1000.00 to help the children in their role as carers, recognising their invaluable work.
|It's not not all about money.
Lion Brian, for once lost for words, receiving a chevron denoting 25 years service to Lions clubs.
Deputy Mayor Councilor Bill Hancox, Lion President Eric, Brody Swaine, Lion Denise, Round Tabler Kevin, Lion Brian, Round Tabler John
|We can smile now it's over & a success.
This event probably would not have taken place without the input from, at the time, our newest Lion, Lion Denise, and the confidence of Lion Eric driving it along. FANTABULOSA!
|And finally - Yes! a certain Lord was at the event as promised, did you spot him?|