The Weston-super-Mare Lions are a branch of the Lions Clubs International, established in 1917. A charity organisation that is committed to providing care in the community through service and fundraising.

Mud Master


This year there will be a Junior and Teens MM on Saturday 20th April 2024 and a Senior MM on Sunday 21st April  Register now to benefit from the early bird discount. (This discount is only available for a short time)


For the Junior and Teen Mud Master go to

Hold your smart phone camera over the above QR Code and click on the link to go to Mud Master Facebook page and get the very latest updates


The Pride of Weston Lions Award

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Introduce someone you know who has done something fantastic, whatever that is. It could be an individual or a group 

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The Weston-super-Mare Lions are a branch of the Lions Clubs International, established in 1917. A charity organisation that is committed to providing care in the community through service and fundraising.

The Weston-super-Mare club was started by Bryan Fowler in 1968 and has grown in strength year by year.  Bryan sadly passed away in 2020 but his memory and passion in the Lions lives on in the club

Bryan Fowler

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What the Lions Do

Each and every Lion participates in the activities they are comfortable with.  We have octogenarians and 21 year olds with each finding a role that they’re comfortable with ranging from getting sponsors to building obstacles for the ‘Mud Master OCR’.  Nobody is forced to do anything and we have a very amicable relationship with each other. 

Every first Monday of the month with a few exceptions meet up for a meal.  This is paid for out of our subscription. 

The third Monday of each month we then get together for a business meeting to decide what events are on, how to man them.  Recently past events are also brought up to talk about cost and the finally we talk about the money; what we’ve taken during the last month and also how we distribute it.  

Every penny profit that is taken on any event goes to charity, the Lions take nothing and pay for their own meals, travel and expenses.

Upcoming Weston-super-Mare Lions Events

Throughout the year, the Lions hold many events involving a few to many people.  When the Weston-super-Mare Lions cannot utilise enough people from within the club we recruit personnel from other charities. 

To see what events we are booked for at the moment please click on the calendar below


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The Lions

Below is a list of items where you can see the various things the Lions do and where you can request support, casinos. race nights, help with marshalling and anything else . 

Click on the headings to expand the section.

Support Request

This page is where you can request support from the Weston-super-Mare Lions as an individual or as an Organisation. All requests are passed on to the Welfare Committee and judged by them to be viable or not before going before the club to recommend or not.  With this in mind, the more information to give us will help to make the best informed decision
Please be aware that you have to live in the area to allow us to support you

Organisation Support Request


Individual Support Request

Members Only Access

This page is for Weston-super-Mare Lions only.  You will need a username and password to log in.  If you are a member and have login details, please click the Lions Logo below



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Charity Status

Weston-super-Mare Lions Club is a registered Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO)
number 1182704.


To contact the Lions you can click on any of the below positions to email them.





This project was set up in 2012 by Weston-super-Mare Lions Club and the Weston Mercury. Its mission is to provide financial support to organisations and individuals which promote activity in people under the age of 18. When GoKidsGo was last able to proceed in 2019, 21 grants were awarded, from 58 applications. Grants ranged from £200 to £1,800.

Our mission is to make a positive change to the lives of children and young people in this area. We need to ensure all the projects we fund help us to achieve this. Your application will be judged by a panel drawn from our sponsors. Please read these guidelines to ensure a grant from Go Kids Go! is appropriate for your needs.

We will only consider giving grants under the following terms and conditions:

  • Your organisation and project must be based within postcodes BS22, 23, 24, 25 or 29.
  • You must be a registered club, charity or other not-for-profit organisation, set up to encourage activity in children.

Applications fall under two categories:

  1. Sport
  2. Other
    (Theatre or drama groups, music groups, scouts and girl guiding groups, youth clubs, gardening clubs community clubs or other organisations which promote activity and social interaction in children.)

Our focus is firmly on children and young people. We will examine grant applications from organisations that encourage young people to get involved in sporting, cultural and community activities, where additional funds will improve the facilities for those taking part.

Examples of grants which have been successful are:

  • New training equipment.
  • Kit, tools, shirts, balls, bats etc.
  • Playground equipment.

We will not consider grants for:

  • Relief of statutory responsibility.
  • Applications from local government (except school associated) or NHS bodies.
  • The promotion of religion.
  • Medical treatment/research.
  • Bursaries, sponsored places, fees or equivalent.
  • General appeals or endowment funds.
  • Deficit funding or repayment of loans.

To apply for funding please click on the image below

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Questions and Answers

Questions and Answers

Yes, everyone over the age of 18, no matter what creed or colour you can join if you are over 18.

Fill in the form by clicking on the link below and a member of the Lions will contact you directly

There isn’t a joining fee but a monthly fee of £7 for those on lower incomes or £34 for all others is payable monthly.

The extra £27 covers the cost of the meals and those paying £7 can pay extra to join in with the meal if they desire.  

Any meals that a Lion doesn’t attend gets the money back for that specific meal at the end of the year.

We hope that all members have an active role in most activities but there is no pressure to do any events that aren’t suitable

There are several different dress codes for different events; Diner suit for casino evenings, Lions jumper or Polo shirt for some events and Tabards for others.