The official Formation of Sevenoaks Lions Club took place on 25th September 1968 and the Charter presentation on 20th November 1969. Since its Formation, there have been over 150 Club members. We focus our financial and human resources on four areas; families in need, children, senior citizens and people with disabilities. We strive to ensure that every penny of income is employed to generate the maximum advantage to the District.

We are conscious of your trust and strive to spend wisely the money that you give us. Each year we provide financial aid to numerous initiatives. We also carry out special projects proposed by Social Services, other support organisations, local charities or individuals. Sometimes this takes the form of financial support or equipment for hard-pressed families.

Since 1981, Lions Club of Sevenoaks has enjoyed a Twinning with a German Lions Club in Hofgeismar.  This Club is in a beautiful part of Central Germany near the important city of Kassell. On alternate years we visit each other for three days, with our Partners, and attend the tourist sites in each other’s country. Over the years, many personal friendships have developed and learning about each other’s culture is important.

We are looking to find new potential members to the club and would welcome any enquiries to see what you can do with the time you have.

Oliver Reeve  – President 2020-2021,


Lions Clubs District 105SE

The Lions Clubs in the SE of England have joined together to support the Haematology Department at Kings College Hospital. So far £500,000 has been raised to fund the provision of new equipment. The Department will move to its new Clinical Research Facility during the next  twelve months and it will need even more new instruments to enable it to treat lymphoma and leukaemia. Lions plan to raise £100,000 to fund this kit.

Learn more about the LIBRA the Lions charity that supports Kings College Hospital by visiting the LIBRA website.

In addition, Lions in the SE are supporting the Kent, Sussex and Surrey Air Ambulance. They have committed to give £250,000 over the next ten years to enable the helicopter to fly at night. This will permit the Air Ambulance Service to respond to life-threatening incidents during the hours of darkness.

Both these projects will provide substantial benefits to the people of Sevenoaks and North Kent. The Lions Club of Sevenoaks has made significant contributions to both schemes.



Lions International

Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service club organisation. It is also respected as one of the most effective. Behind the camaraderie, fun, fund-raising and community service projects of Lions clubs, lies a well-organised structure and established policies and practices.

Each Lions club is founded by a charter and has a constitution and by-laws. It is managed by a team of elected officers, and led by a Club President. Lions Clubs International British Isles & Ireland is known as MD105 – its status as a multiple-district. There are 13 districts in MD105, each of which has an elected District Governor.

Lions Clubs International is a secular, non-political, volunteer membership organisation. All of its administrative costs – at local, national and international level – are covered by modest annual membership fees. This means monies raised by fund-raising are spent supporting good causes.

Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.


Getting involved couldn’t be easier


We are always looking for new ideas, and more helpers. We welcome volunteers either on a regular basis or simply to support one of our individual events. Our fund raising activities also includes collecting for charities such as Mencap and Marie Curie, so the more people that help out has a direct relationship on how much we can give back to the community.

If you like working with us and find that you had fun and enjoyed their fellowship then why not ask about other projects you could be involved with, or even joining the Lions as a member.  Contact us for more information.