Steps taken have included donating items to the food bank and shopping for people who are on their own.
Alongside this, it has continued to hold meetings and social evenings (quizzes and bingo, for example), utilising the online video conferencing platform Zoom, to keep up members’ spirits.
It reports that the charity golf day planned June has, unfortunately, been postponed for a second year.
The club has used the lockdown to organise the paperwork for the new independent Lioness Ladies Group. The group will be launched on July 1 and have no links to Lions Clubs International.
A spokesman for the group said: “Our purpose is ‘to provide service to the local community whilst enjoying the company of like-minded ladies’. We are planning events for 2021-2022 and our charity golf day is already booked for June 10, 2022.”
Any women interested in finding out more about Lioness Ladies Group, is invited to call Lioness Pam Kyte on 01529 306427.