Rutland Lions serve up a treat for guests in annual meal and pantomime visit

Standing, from left, are head of community services for Rutland Lions Bob Lucas and club president David Thompson, with Olive Ainger and Shirley Thompson, who helped serve food on the day. Sitting, from left, are The Lodge Trust residents Chayne, carer Zoe, Josie and William.
Standing, from left, are head of community services for Rutland Lions Bob Lucas and club president David Thompson, with Olive Ainger and Shirley Thompson, who helped serve food on the day. Sitting, from left, are The Lodge Trust residents Chayne, carer Zoe, Josie and William.
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More than 50 guests with physical and learning disabilities turned out for a fundraising group’s annual event.

Rutland Lions held its 10th meal and pantomime visit and residents from a number of care homes attended.

The meal was held at The Railway Inn, in Station Road, Oakham, before guests were entertained by a performance of Red Riding Hood at Victoria Hall.

Rutland Lions secretary Allan Grey said: “The event’s a bit of a tradition and everybody enjoyed it.”