Howth/Sutton Lions Club

ordinary people, amazing things.

Howth/Sutton Lions Club are part of Ireland District 133 of Lions Clubs International which is an international non-political service organization established originally in 1917 in Chicago, Illinois, by Melvin Jones.  As of April 2019, it had over 47,000 local clubs and more than 1.4 million members in 200 countries around the world

About Us

 
Howth/Sutton Lions Club, was founded in 1969 and chartered in 1970, so serving the local community for 50 years.
The club meets on the first Thursday of each month in the Marine Hotel, Sutton Cross, Dublin 13, Ireland.   
Visiting Lions are welcome. 

All funds collected by Lions Clubs go entirely to the cause we are fundraising for. All administration costs are covered by the members.

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Where we operate

Our geographical area of responsibility ranges east-west from the Howth Peninsula to Raheny. The area includes all districts from Howth to Coolock, Bonnybrook and Darndale, and parts of Raheny, i.e. Dublin postal districts 5,13 and part of 17.

Meet the team

Blaney Russell

Club President

Gerry Langford

Elected Director
and
Treasurer

Mary Ring

Vice President
and
Secretary



John Powell

Immediate Past President
and
Membership Director



Joe Smith

Tail Twister

Tony Bond

External Relations
and
Social Media Officer

Eamonn McKiernan

Elected Director
and
Projects Chair

What we do

As Lions we have many world-scale projects such as restoring sight and preventing measles. However, Irish Lions Clubs operate a range of projects that include diabetes screening, a food appeal, support for Guide Dogs, a senior citizens holiday, carers weekends, Message In A Bottle, a variety of youth projects/support, spectacle recycling and much more.

Like all of the 108 Lions Clubs spread throughout Ireland, we try to respond to a wide range of Community needs, such as raising funds for local charities, providing bursaries and scholarships to help with education and donating mini-buses for special needs transport. Our annual food appeal at Christmas provides assistance through Saint Vincent de Paul to local families in need. Raheny Hospice and Don Bosco Care are among the local charities that have benefited from our fund raising efforts.

Some of our other activities include providing financial assistance for environmental projects such as the Bayside Community Association in their creation of a community Orchard, sponsoring football gear for one of Baldoyle United’s underage teams and getting involved in local heritage projects such as the restoration of the Howth Martello Tower and the Eire 6 sign on Howth Head.

Become a Lion

Membership of a Lions Club is by invitation but all Clubs welcome new members so if you would like to help us in our work, please contact your local Lions Club and they will take it from there.

When it comes to serving our local community there is no better way of doing it than through a Lions Club. If you are interested in helping others, we have a project that will allow you to achieve this.

We help the young and the old. We help the blind and the sighted. While most of our work is focussed on our local communities, we have many Third World projects.We have Environmental ProjectsAnd much more…….

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Charity Numbers

Republic of Ireland - CHY 15707

Northern Ireland - XR 90123


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