Tea party held to celebrate local organisations

PUBLISHED: 15:25 15 September 2018

Cheddar Vale Lions Club hosted an afternoon tea at Hannah More Cottage.

Cheddar Vale Lions Club hosted an afternoon tea at Hannah More Cottage.

Sylvia Cook

A Somerset Lions club held an afternoon tea to present cheques to five organisations.

Cheddar Vale Lions Club hosted an afternoon tea at Hannah More Cottage.Cheddar Vale Lions Club hosted an afternoon tea at Hannah More Cottage.

The Cheddar Vale Lions Club hosted representatives from various organisations at Hannah More Cottage, in Cheddar, on Saturday where tasty cakes were served up and cash dished out to local causes.

The event also saw the Lions present its young leaders in service awards and two Lions centennial appreciation certificates to individuals for their work in the community.

A plaque was also handed to representatives from the library, in Union Street to recognise the work they have given to the community.

The Lions organisation has been celebrating its centennial year which has seen the Cheddar members work hard to fundraise and provide services in the village.

Cheddar Vale Lions Club hosted an afternoon tea at Hannah More Cottage.Cheddar Vale Lions Club hosted an afternoon tea at Hannah More Cottage.

The group is now looking for new members to join its ranks to help with events and fundraising activities.

To enquire about joining, visit www.cheddarvalelions.org.uk or call 08458 337402.

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