Regrettably, our Leo Club had to close due to a lack of numbers. However, we can and will resurrect one if it becomes necessary

We are actively looking and would be delighted to sponsor a club in one of the secondary schools.  Please offer students in your school a chance.  Contact us via the website to explore this idea.  you would be surprised as to how many students will benefit from this extracurricular activity and further their chances in further education. 


The Leos raised approximately 150 and provided Christmas gifts of an individual's personal choice for over 120 users of the Harrow neighbourhood resource centre.  The Leos were responsible for going out to purchase all items and getting together to gift-wrap all items.  They would like to thank all those who supported the fundraising without whom this project would not have been possible. 

WEMBLEY (BRENT) LEO CLUB - One year on 31st January 2011

A truly historic moment for members of Wembley (Brent) Lions Club serving the community since 1969 - A dream comes true! 

On Saturday 31st January marked a truly historic moment for the Lions of Wembley (Brent) as District 105A Leo Adviser Lion Minesh Mehta inducted 15 young new members to form a new Leo club in presence of nearly 70 guests comprising of District Governor Wesley de Mendonca, Dawn Bulter MP for Brent South and Minister for Young Citizens and Youth Engagement, Councilor Zafar Van Kalwala, Region Chairman Lion Dinesh, Zone Chairman Lion Brinder, other distinguished Lions, Lions and Leos from all over the Zone, Parents and Grandparents of young Leos and members of Lions Club of Wembley ( Brent). These young enthusiastic individuals took their oath to serve the community and promised to help those less fortunate and in need with dedication.

The ceremony took place at Moore Spice (1966) which was hosted by Wembley (Brent) Lions Club, proud sponsors of this Leo Club. The event started off with speeches from various senior Lions before induction.  MP Dawn Butler said she was delighted and so very proud of such a fantastic accomplishment that she has invited the new Leos to the House of Commons! 

The forming of the new Leo's has taken many months of hard work and planning between Lion Minesh Mehta, Lion Secretary Rohit Patel who is also the Leo Club Adviser and Lion President Sanjay Mehta to provide a platform to these young individuals who wanted to make a difference to the community. The dream is finally realised!

Are you over 12 years old?  Do you want to be a Leo? Use the "contact us" page to get in touch and we will do the rest!