Lions Club of HORNSBY NSW Australia

District 201N5, New South Wales, Australia

Lions Club of Hornsby Inc

Our  meeting 2nd Tuesdays of the month  will be  Lions Club of Hornsby, At our meeting in Shamrock Room Magpies Waitara 11-37 Alexandria Parade Waitara. Train stations is Waitara. Parking at Club.  If you are coming contact Ted Henebery 0414806840. 7pm to 9.30 pm. Buy your meals and bring to the room from 7pm . Email your intention to visit us:, Linda Brammer


Speaker at March Tuesday 10th March Sarah Morse on Slavery. everyone is welcome.

Free to come and Listern. Speaker starts 8pm.

If you would like to stay for dinner please purchase direct from Magpies club at own cost.

Donate Stamps to Charity.. Stamps Required.. Collections required.Donate your used postage stamps.Give Donate Stamps or Coins Collections. Send toTed Henebery P.O. BOX 3240 Asquith NSW 2077 or ring Ted 0414 806 840 Big collections accepted.

Lions Club of Hornsby supports Chapter 10  Lions International Stamp Club in its project to collects Stamps on and off Paper Albums , FDC, Collections. to Help Kids to walk in walkers.

If you would like to help prepare stamps for Auction. Please ring me.

  Enquiries: Ted Henebery 0414 806 840

Multi Cultural Kitchen Friday mornings10.30 am to 1pm. PCYC 1 Park Lane . Or Get off Waitara station 100 metres. Except School Holidays. Start March 6th. Everyone welcome . Cost is $2 Booking essential Plus join PCYC after 1st visit, so we know how much food to prepare . Email

Lions Service Areas: Environment-Hunger Relief-Vision-Youth-Health being-Childhood Cancer- Diabetes

Working together to build a better community '

Lions Clubs International celebrated 103 years of service on 7th June 2020

Lions club of Hornsby is celebrating 62 years of service to the community.

We are a group of people from the  Hornsby area who want to give back to our community and help the needy world wide - supporting people with a disability, helping youth in a variety of ways, community support, fundraising for worthwhile causes, supporting the lives and education of children in  Indonesia.

It's not all about community service. It is also about broadening our circle of acquaintances, making new friends, developing skills and having fun..

Visitors and people wanting to find out about Lions are welcome to attend our meetings without obligation. Give Ted Henebery a call on 0414806840 to tell us of your interest. All Ages are Welcome.

AND, if you would just like to help at one of our service activities, you will be very welcome to do that too. Come along and meet Hornsby Lions members. Give Ted a call on 99403889 or 0414806840

Lions Christmas cakes and puddings. Hornsby Mall and Westfields next to Mrs Fields/Coles in December 2020. Cakes and pudding throughtout the year 0414806840






What is the Lions Club of Hornsby Doing?

We are proud to be based in Hornsby. Currently we have a number of activities happening.

Bar b ques We hold the very popular Lions sausage sizzles on weekends at Bunnings stores at Thornleigh and Chatswood. These bar b ques occur about 4-6 times per year and they are good fun.We need Volunteers to help us do them. Ring Ted

Dates and locations for our next bar b ques are currently being arranged. We will post information on this website as soon as we can...

 We are looking for new members. Get a group of your friends to come with you.Organise the projects you would like to do with your  group..

 Recycling of Used Stamps

Put your used stamps to good use. Hornsby Lions Club collects used stamps for auction, the proceeds going to the Australian Lions Childrens Mobility Foundation to provide Hart Walkers for youn disabled children transforming their lives and those of their parents.This year we raised $48000. Give Ted Henebery a call on 99403889 or 0414806840 if you have some mint or used stamps,collections, Australia and World to dispose of. Send to P.O. Box 3240 Asquith NSW 2077 or delivery to Stacks Colin & Thompson Lawyers at 8 Cornation street. Hornsby

Recycling Used Spectacles

Put your used spectacles to very good use. If you leave them at OPSM lower ground floor in Westfield Hornsby the Australian Lions movement will make arrangements for their collection, graded and sent to countries where they will be put to very goood use.

The Lions Club of Hornsby Invites Community to Join and Make a Difference

The Lions Club of Hornsby is seeking civic-minded men and women to join them in making a difference in the community.

“Our club gives members an opportunity to advance worthy causes, serve with friends, and become leaders in the community. This club means a lot to our Lions, but it means so much more to the people we serve,” said President John Lockyer. He encourages the public to come out and learn more about the club’s work.

“We want to share the great things we’re doing in the community, and let others know how they can help,” said John.

The Lions’ motto is “We Serve,” and the Lions Club of Hornsby has lived up to it for nearly 60 years.

Australian Lions Children’s Mobility Foundation, allowing Australian Children with Cerebral Palsy to walk

Since 1997. Members are involved in collecting used stamps for this cause.

Used spectacles and sunglasses are collected and recycled for countries in need.

Childhood Cancer Research Foundation, established in 1999, seeing the survival rate go from 20% to 80%.

Digital Mammography and Biopsy unit for the Hornsby Hospital Breast Screen

St Lucy’s Walkie-Talkie and iPad system helping social interaction.

Annual Citizenship awards for deserving scholars at Hornsby Girls’, Asquith Boys’ and Girls’ High Schools. Normanhurst high.

Education Builds Bridges, since 2002, allowing needy children to get an education in Bandung, Indonesia

Christmas Cakes, Puddings and BBQs help fund Lions Club of Hornsby’s projects.

Seed funding for the Hornsby Kuringgai Women’s Shelter and Hornsby Connect.

The Lions Club of Hornsby had the first Australian International President 2013/2014, Barry Palmer AO

Also has the 5th International President for Lions International Stamp club 2019/2020 Ted Henebery

To learn more about this information session, the Lions Club of Hornsby, or its service projects, contact Membership Chair Ted Henebery on mobile 0414 806 840, or email


Lions are changing the world one community at a time, by addressing needs at home and around the globe. We are 1.4 million men and women who believe that kindness matters. And when we work together, we can achieve bigger goals. Lions Clubs International is the largest service club organisation in the world with more than 46,000 clubs serving communities in 211 countries and geographical areas around the globe. Since 1917, Lions Clubs have aided the blind and visually impaired, championed youth initiatives and strengthened local communities through hands-on service and humanitarian projects.

For more information about Lions Clubs International, visit

or Australian Lions visit

Come and join us to hear about up-and-coming projects in Hornsby. If you would like to be part of this great organisation which makes a difference in our community, have a chat with our members who will be there.





Becoming a Lion

We need you, It is easy! Give Ted a call on the 0414806840. We will invite you along to a meeting to see what we do and who we are, absolutely without obligation. If you think you'd like to pursue your interest we will suggest working on one of our projects and continue to attend Club meetings. We will then arrange a simple formal joining procedure.for the price of a cup of coffee per week. 100 cents in every dollar raised goes to our projects.No administrator cost.

Interested in becoming a member? Click Here

Here is a brief 6 minute video about Lions Clubs in Australia.

Lions Clubs Australia- join and support your community