Cheddar Vale Lions Club are delighted to announce that in March and September for the second year running they were able to present Young Leaders in Services awards to members of Cheddar Valley Music Club.  Pictured below are the participants, 11 Silver awards for 50 hours and 2 Gold for 100 hours community service.

Young Leaders in Service Awards presentationSeptember Awards

Is your son/daughter already serving their community - would you like him/her to be acknowledged for their work?

Full details of the project below:

This award recognises young people who provide significiant levels of service to their communities.  There are two award levels:

The Silver Seal Award for young people who provide at least 50 hours of service to their community during a 12 month period.

The Gold Seal Award for those who provide at least 100 hours of service during a twelve month period.

Who is eligible:

Young people between the ages of 11 and 18 (school years 7 to 13) are eligible to participate in the Young Leaders in Service Awards.

How the Award Works:

Each young person will be provided with a booklet in which to log service activities.  These activities are in a number of different categories - all the hours can be from the same activitiy or from a variety of services.

What types of service qualify:

Service to the elderly

Safety training (assisting younger children)

Service to children

Service to parents or family



Service for the homeless/hungry

Public Health

Take a leaders' role with

Cadets - Boys' Brigade - St John - red Cross - Church - Yough Club - Community youth group or other similar group

Helping the Lions

If you feel you would like to take part in this worthwhile scheme please use the 'Contact Us' above