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PAGE 30 • FESTIVE NEWS • DECEMBER 2017 CATHEDRAL FUNERAL SERVICES Independent & family run business TOP HONOURS FOR FOUR LIONS Located in the city centre Within walking distance of the County Hospital and Registrars Office at the Town Hall. Parking Available. SIMPLE CREMATION FROM £800 PLUS DISBURSEMENTS BURIAL PRICES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST Excellence is standard 55 ST OWEN STREET, HEREFORD HR1 2JQ TEL: 01432 340777 www.cfsh.co.uk (l to r) George Thomas, Colin Smith, Martin Exell with their awards Keith Martin – famed for his party planning. Four members of Hereford Lions Club have been honoured for long and distinguished service to Lions International, the global humanitarian and community aid organisation which this year celebrates its centenary Between them the quartet of Lions has 112 years service and all have served as president. At the club’s 57th Charter dinner three members, George Thomas, Colin Smith and Martin Exell were inducted to the Melvin Jones Fellowship, named after the founder of Lions International. In other roles George has been publicity officer for 34 years and Editor of Lions Festive News since its launch 24 years ago; Colin is the long serving secretary and ran the club’s holiday home Three teenagers planning to do community work in Malaysia during their summer holidays in 2018 are organising a fund raising concert in Holmer Church on Saturday, December 2, 7-30pm. Top of the bill will be Hereford Concert Band. The trio (l to r) Alice Shaw, 16, Emma Powell, 15 and Will Eckley, 14, pupils at St Mary’s High School, Lugwardine and members of Holmer Church will be taking part in a World Challenge exercise involving projects for children and conservation. World Challenge was set up in 1987 to send young volunteers to countries in need of extra support. They are pictured at a coffee morning which raised £740. Tickets for the pre-Christmas concert are £5 and include a glass of wine in the interval. for many years; Martin was community transport officer for a long period. Keith Martin, with 43 years service and already a member of the Melvin Jones Fellowship was given the rare honour of being admitted to the highly ranked Founders Fellowship , recognising his outstanding contribution.. He is renowned as an events organiser, especially the Lions famous New Year’s Eve parties. 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Parking Available. SIMPLE CREMATION FROM £800 PLUS DISBURSEMENTS BURIAL PRICES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST Excellence is standard 55 ST OWEN STREET, HEREFORD HR1 2JQ TEL: 01432 340777 www.cfsh.co.uk h ereford m bility C entre (l to r) George Thomas, Colin Smith, Martin Exell with their awards Keith Martin – famed for his party planning. Four members of Hereford Lions Club have been honoured for long and distinguished service to Lions International, the global humanitarian and community aid organisation which this year celebrates its centenary Between them the quartet of Lions has 112 years service and all have served as president. At the club’s 57th Charter dinner three members, George Thomas, Colin Smith and Martin Exell were inducted to the Melvin Jones Fellowship, named after the founder of Lions International. In other roles George has been publicity officer for 34 years and Editor of Lions Festive News since its launch 24 years ago; Colin is the long serving secretary and ran the club’s holiday home for many years; Martin was community transport officer for a long period. 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