Since 2007 Farnham Lions have organised the Eggstravaganza to raise money for the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance and Cranleigh Lions are delighted to take part by extending the competition into our area.
Since 2011 Cranleigh Lions have raised £10,000 from the Eggstravaganza, thanks to your generosity.
Eggstravaganza is your chance to win a huge Easter egg complete with a fluffy lion for just £1!
To enter visit your nearest Eggstravaganza location below, and buy one or more names at £1 per name. If you are the lucky winner we'll contact you and arrange getting your egg and lion to you.
Tickets are available from:
- Cranleigh Golf & Leisure Club, Barhatch Lane
- Cranleigh Sports & Social Club, Parsonage Road
- Little Manor Service Station, High Street
- Richard Onslow, High Street
- Redfords Barbers, Ewhurst Road
- Three Horseshoes, High Street
- White Hart, Ewhurst Road
- Bricklayers Arms
- Red Lion
Alfold, Dunsfold and Loxwood
- Fox Inn, Bucks Green
- Kings Head, Rudgwick
- Mucky Duck, Tismans Common
Albury and Chilworth
- Alfold Barn
- Compasses Inn, Alfold
- Onslow Arms, Loxwood
- Sir Roger Tichborne, Alfold Bars
- Sun Inn, Dunsfold
- Drummond Arms, Albury
- Percy Arms, Chilworth
Dorking and Abinger
- Notcutts, Cranleigh
- WyeVale, Alfold
- Dorking Service Station
- Kingfisher Farm Shop, Abinger
- Rialto Cafe, Dorking
- Vineyard, South Street, Dorking
- Golding Barn Cafe, Small Dole
- Hurtwood Inn, Peaslake
- Jolly Farmer, Bramley
- Parrott, Forest Green
- Punchbowl, Oakwoodhill
- Royal Oak, Holmbury St. Mary
- Scarlett Arms, Walliswood
A big thank you from the Cranleigh Lions to all the businesses and organisations selling tickets on our behalf.
The District Cranleigh Lions is part of, comprising 70 Lions Clubs, launched an appeal in December 2012 to raise £250,000 over the next 10 years to help support night flying equipment for the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance.
The appeal was so successful that the money pledged was raised in less than 5 years, so we've decided to carry on!
Night flying equipment brings emergency medical care and vital transport to hospital for 700 people each year that are unfortunate enough to need help during the hours of darkness.
So far, the appeal has paid for night vision helmets and googles, other specialist equipment and two ambulance cars that support the night medical service.
24 hour flying started in December 2013 and the Eggstravaganza will continue to support the night flying activities of the KSS Air Ambulance, including the installation of ground equipment at Marsden in Kent and at hospital sites.
More information about the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance can be found on their website