Following the sudden death of Lion Adrian Lunn
in January 2010, the Cranleigh Lions were keen to recognise the community work Adrian had carried out in Cranleigh and it was fitting to continue a project Adrian had started and dedicate to him - an automatic door at the Cranleigh Citizens Advice Bureau.
Cranleigh based band The Sanctions helped boost the funds for the door with an excellent concert at the Cranleigh Arts Centre and on 28 August 2010 we were able to officially open the door and dedicate it to Adrian.
The Cranleigh Lions would like to thank The Sanctions for donating some of the proceeds from their concert earlier this year, the Cranleigh Lion Tamers for their generous donation and Turner Securities of Cranleigh who automated the door.
Cranleigh Lions' Past President Michael Meek hands over the new automated door to CAB manager Damien Hubsch. Michael and Damien are joined by other Cranleigh Lions, Cranleigh Lions Tamers, staff from the CAB, The Sanctions Band and Pauline, Adrian's mother in law
Pauline, Adrian Lunn's mother in law, takes the CAB's new automated door for a test drive