MRVL get a mention on Prime Ministers Questions

Alexander Stafford, MP for Rother Valley, gave Maltby Rother Valley Lions a mention along with other annual Christmas activities in the Rother Valley area in Prime Ministers Questions on Tuesday. We await Council decisions around Covid restrictions as to whether these can go ahead in any way. We will post any updates on our website and Facebook page. For more info please Message us or call us on: 07504 326336.

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“As I said in Parliament, Rother Valley has such a vibrant Christmas scene it would be an incredible shame to miss out. From the Dinnington St John’s Town Council Christmas Festival and Christmas wreath making in Todwick, to the Maltby Rother Valley Lions Santa Sleigh ride, carols at All Saints, Aston and even my own new Annual Christmas Card Competition- there really is something for everyone. So please, stick to the rules to keep our community safe and our traditions alive.” Alexander Stafford MP.

VJ Day 75th Anniversary, Saturday 15th August 2020

Today is the day to celebrate, VJ Day 75 years later! – The end of World War 2

This year marks the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. In May, the nation commemorated victory in Europe, this week it will remember the end of the War against Japan. For more info please visit: MOD’s website >

“We will remember them”


VE Day 75th Anniversary, Friday 8th May 2020

VE Day War time CelebrationsRemembering all our loved ones that served their Country to allow us to have the freedom we have today!


VE Day 75th Anniversary, Friday 8th May 2020“MY DEAR FRIENDS, THIS IS YOUR HOUR.” Winston Churchill on VE Day.

Today is the day to celebrate, 75 years later! How are you celebrating VE day! Members of Maltby (Rother Valley) Lions are joining in with the nationwide stay at home street party!



Happy 100th Birthday Captain Tom Moore

Happy 100th Birthday Captain Tom Moore
Happy 100th Birthday Captain Tom Moore from Maltby Rother Valley Lions Club. He is an inspiration! What an achievement, the money he has raised will go a long way to help our wonderful NHS fight this dreadful virus.

Our club are helping with donations to various groups, helping the elderly and vulnerable in our community by shopping etc. and also we have a member making scrubs for hospitals. He is an example and inspiration to us all. A birthday card has been sent to him from our club to show our thanks and respect to this wonderful man.

If you would like to make a donation to Captain Tom, please visit his: Just Giving Donations page >


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