Teulada-Moraira Lions were non-stop.

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GES ROGERS UNION GAP: The band wowed the crowds and received a standing ovation Photo credit The Teulada-Moraira Lions Club

THE Teulada-Moraira Lions were non-stop last weekend, hosting two “superb” events and suitably rounding off what has been a very successful year.

The blustery winds and cold temperatures didn’t stop party-goers on Saturday night as they gathered in Moraira’s church square for the Lions’ annual traditional Christmas party and enjoyed Christmas songs, the English choir, The Timbrells and lots of festive goodies… Including, of course, the ever-popular mulled wine.

Funds raised at the Christmas party were donated to Denia’s Salvation Army.

Sunday saw the final concert in the Lions’ Autumn series with Ges Rogers Union Gap.

The iconic 60s band wowed the crowds at the Espai La Senieta, performing an excellent playlist of some of the classic hits from Union Gap, as well as covers from the Hollies, Roy Orbison, Jigsaw etc.

The audience loved every minute and the band received a standing ovation before being allowed off after 2 encores.

The Teulada-Moraira Lions will kick off the New Year with a bang, with the return of the ‘Desperados’ Eagles tribute band on Sunday January 28, once again at the Espai La Senieta in Moraira.

For and tickets and/ or more information, get in touch with Colin Lilley – 966 499 954 / colinlilley1424@gmail.com.

The Teulada-Moraira Lions Club is actively seeking new members. If you’d like to join one of the largest service clubs worldwide with over 3 million members, please get in touch with Membership Secretary Nico Dekkers – 965 974 941 / nicorateulada@gmail.com.

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