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Barrie Richardson Travelling Lion Award

The District 105D competition was introduced by PDG Barrie Richardson and the object was to "unite the Clubs in the bonds of friendship, good fellowship and mutual understanding". These are the words engraved on the 105D shield that is presented, annually at District Convention, to the Club gaining the most points for visiting other Clubs, and attending Multiple District, District and Zone organized events. 


The Contact Officer is Judith Goodchild  welfare@lions105d.org.uk


The Competition for 2016 is now open.

Please do remember to fill in forms and send them to me when you attend other club, Zone Region or District functions.  Visiting is a great way to get to know what is happening outside your own club and the Charter Nights and Social functions are great too.  Please scroll down to find the link to download forms.

Unfortunately insufficient clubs entered in 2015 for the competition to run.  PLEASE ENSURE THAT 2016 DOES NOT SUFFER THE SAME FATE!


The winners of the 2014-15 competition were Hart Lions Club


The Competition for 2013 is now closed.  Results as at 31st December 2013

1. Hook and Odiham

2. Hart

3. Loddon Valley

4. Fleet

Results at 31st May 2013

1. Hart

2. Loddon Valley

3. Hook and Odiham

4. Fleet

The Competition for 2012 is now closed.  The winner will be announced at Convention in March

Results as at 3rd DECEMBER 2012

1. Hook and Odiham

2. Fleet

3. Hart

4. Ringwood and Fordingbridge

5. Aldershot
6. Loddon Valley

7. Newbury

8. Swanwick

9. Southampton Solent

10.Cosham

11. Fareham


The competition for the calendar year 2013 was won by HOOK AND ODIHAM LIONS CLUB

The competition for the calendar year 2012 was won by HOOK AND ODIHAM LIONS CLUB


The competition for the calendar year 2011 was won by HOOK AND ODIHAM LIONS CLUB


The competition for the calendar year 2010 was won by HART LIONS CLUB.

RULES FOR DISTRICT 105D VISITING LION COMPETITION

 

The Competition Year is 1 January - 31 December

Points are awarded as follows:

Visits to other Clubs' meetings and events both within & outside District 105D One Point
Visits to District & Multiple District Conventions other than District 105D  & MD 105 Conventions One Point
Visits to organised events at District, Region & Zone level Four Points
Visits to District 105D Convention, MD 105 Convention, International Convention and Europa Forum Four Points

 

District Officers visiting clubs or events on official District business are NOT eligible to claim points. However, other lions accompanying them on the visit are eligible to claim.

The points system is weighted to encourage attendance where the District has a vested interest in Clubs being represented.

To make it fairer to all Clubs, whatever their size, a percentage of Club Membership regulator is adopted to give clubs an equal (well almost) chance. 

Only two separate visits to same Club count in each year

Membership numbers are taken half yearly in line with Membership Numbers as registered with LCI at the end of December and June, each year.  

MD 105 REPORT FORMS ONLY MUST BE USED. To download these forms please Click or go to the MD Website and select Resources, then Competitions and then Travelling Lion.

COMPLETED FORMS MUST BE SENT TO THE DISTRICT COMPETITIONS OFFICER TO ARRIVE WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THE VISIT TAKING PLACE.

ALL FORMS RECEIVED ON TIME WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE FORWARDED TO THE MD105 COMPETITION

Completed forms are to be returned to:  

Competitions Officer Lion Judith Goodchild
88a Franklin Avenue
Tadley
Hampshire RG26 4EU

Alternatively, these  forms may be scanned and sent electronically to me.


RULES FOR THE MD105 VISITING LION COMPETITION

The rules for the MD105 competition differ slightly from those of the 105D competition and may be obtained by going to the MD Website and selecting Resources, then Competitions and then Travelling Lion. 
 As stated above, all entries received for the 105D competition (provided they have been received on time) will automatically be forwarded for entry into the MD105 competition.

At the MD Convention at Birmingham in May 2012 the rules were changed so that the size of the club is taken into account when awarding points and social events are now counted.