Stamford & District Kiwanis

Serving Our Local Community

To find out all about this facinating organisation working locally in Stamford click on About Us

Some good news... Stamford Kiwanis have been busy organising the 2022 Stamford Parade.

The theme of the parade this year is, of course: The Queen’s Jubilee
The Stamford Recreation Ground hosts activities all Saturday afternoon and the Parade around town starts at about 2 pm.

You will see floats, walking groups, and decorated vehicles all led by the Stamford Town Brass Band as they are judged by the experts outside Browns Hospital.

Come along to show your support for the parade and be part of your local community. The event starts at the Recreation Ground playing field at 1 pm where there will be a children's funfair, stalls, Pimms tent, and a display arena with all sorts of activities through the afternoon.

If you are interested in participating in the parade of floats please complete our simple application form here
If you have any questions then
contact Jo at

Wonderful floats

Pimms tent

The parade

Activity on the Recreation Ground

Thank You for supporting Santa Tour 2021

Recent fundraising success:
Laptops being delivered to Bluecoats pupils

Among many other local charities we are supporting For the Love of Scrubs:

Kiwanis’ donation will provide much needed material for 200 sets of scrubs in the local area.

Miriam Spring Davies, founder of For the Love of Scrubs Stamford, Lincs/Rutland, said, “We want to say a huge thank you for the generosity of Stamford Kiwanis, for choosing to support our group. This donation from within our local community will go a long way in supporting our wonderful group of volunteers, we could not be more grateful.”

David Epps, President of Stamford Kiwanis, said "For Love of Scrubs Stamford, Lincs/Rutland is a remarkable example of a small group of caring individuals who mobilise an army of sewing volunteers to provide essential scrubs, hats, bags and headbands to support our doctors, nurses and carers during this awful coronavirus pandemic. Our donation will provide vital material, but it is also a recognition for all the local volunteers sewing to support our front- line carers."