James Radford of Onslow Lodge No. 2234 was raised to the Third Degree on 5th May 2018 in a ceremony which took place at Remembrance Lodge No. 6188, at their Masonic Hall in Glenmore House, Surrey

At the age of 19 years and three months, he has become the youngest current subscribing Master Mason in the Province of Surrey.

Special thanks was given to Onslow Lodge's Worshipful Master Paul Cope and Remembrance Lodge's Senior Warden David Reeve for making such a night possible.

Guildford Masons celebrate their annual summer lunch with a donation of £1,000 to the Teenage Cancer Trust

Anna Wemyss, Regional Fundraiser for Teenage Cancer Trust joined members of Onslow Lodge No. 2234 at their annual summer lunch at the Guildford Masonic Centre, Hitherbury Close, Guildford on Sunday 29th July, to receive a cheque for £1,000.

The cheque was presented by last year's master of the lodge, Cliff Chilton, who commented, 'During these tough economic times it is more important than ever to support non-profit organizations that make a difference to the communities we live and work in. A huge part of being a Freemason is supporting and caring for the less fortunate in society, and in this case, for teenagers with cancer, improving their quality of life'.

Anna Wemyss commented, 'We are delighted with the much needed support we have had from the Onslow Masonic Lodge. Donations will go towards the running costs of the Teenage Cancer Trust’s dedicated state-of-the-art unit at The Royal Marsden Hospital in Sutton, which cares for young people with cancer from across the region. All our support comes from voluntary donations, so we are thrilled with the fundraising efforts of the Onslow Masonic Lodge'.

For further information about The Teenage Cancer Trust please visit www.teenagecancertrust.org

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