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Good Causes - Local Community

Some are shown below, we will tell the rest, but later...

Each year before Christmas, we organise a Christmas Event for the senior citizens in the Looe area at Looe Bay Holiday Park.

We collect them and drive them to the venue where we serve them with an evening of entertainment

They are treated to a programme of entertainment and a sing-a-long with the master of ceremonies.

At the end of the evening we summon the carriages (well minibus and cars) and take them home.

If you have a relative, friend or neighbour who would enjoy joining us at this event please let us know by contacting us by email at pro@looelions.co.uk.

We have pledged £2,000 towards the pool lift to enable disabled users of the pool to enter and exit the pool safely. We also managed the car parking at the very successful "Joey the Lips" concert, organised by the Friends of Polperro School, which rasied over £5,000 towards putting a roof which will make the pool useable when the weather previously prevented its use.

We helped three local Guides to attend and represent Looe in the 100th Anniversary of the creation of the Scout/Guide movement at Brownsea Island, in Poole Harbour, Dorset, where the first camp for 20 boys was held by Robert Baden-Powell in 1907.

At Brownsea Island, 300 scouts assembled for a ceremony at 0800 where Chief Scout Peter Duncan, a former Blue Peter presenter, signalled the start of scouting's second century by blowing the original kudu horn that Lord Baden-Powell blew to start the first camp.