Welcome to Worthing Lions: Who are the Worthing Lions?

Lions are men and women who have chosen to give up some of their spare time to help those less fortunate. We have no national, political or religious affiliations.

Worthing Lions Latest News & Events


Sunday November 5th at 8pm from the end of the Pier - DONT MISS IT!

An occasion for all the family... and please give some money to our bucket collectors on the night.

All Money donated goes to charity - not to pay for the fireworks!

PLEASE Support Our Sponsors:

Wimpy of Worthing

Glyn Jones Estate Agents

Ian Hart Funeral Services

Last Resort Private Members Club

Toyota of Worthing

Coles Funfair

Indigo Restaurant at the Ardington Hotel


NEXT WORTHING LIONS MEETING Thursday 9th November 8pm at Broadwater Street West BN14 9DE (opposite Broadwater Green)


Our Protsate Cancer Test Day on 16th September was a magnificent success.

175 men took the test in Worthing and the results will be sent to each person as soon as they have been processed at Worthing Hospital.

Many thanks to the lovely people at PCaSO who organised the test and to the splendid Lions who undertook the administration and served refreshments all day.

This test saves lives!!

Find out about The Worthing Lions

About Us

We are men and women who volunteer our time to try to make life better for others. We have no religious, political or social affiliation. The only qualifications for membership are a willingness to do whatever we can, and a desire to live up to the Lions motto "We Serve." We are just ordinary people trying to do amazing things in the Worthing area.

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Visit the Lions Shop

The Lions Shop at Goring, our major source of funding, is where 100% of the profits are used to support Worthing Lions Club’s charitable projects. About 90% of all funds raised by Worthing Lions is spent helping organisations, groups and individuals in and around Worthing. The remaining 10% goes to fund Lions' international projects including water wells and eye camps.

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Worthing Lions Welfare

The Worthing Lions Welfare Committee meets monthly to discuss and research the merits of applications to Worthing Lions Club for funding, and then bring their proposals to the business meeting for voting. The Committee, who have a wide cross section of experience and expertise from their working and private lives, so bringing a balanced view to the matters discussed.

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