Sensory playground appeal supported for Blackmarston Specialist School

Thursday, 22 May 2014

Blackmarston Specialist School in Hereford has launched an appeal for the provision of an £80,000 sensory playground for its 70 plus primary pupils

Members of two Herefordshire masonic Lodges, Delphis Lodge No. 7769 and Vitruvian Lodge No. 338, have donated a total of £3,150 towards the project, maintaining local Freemasonry support for this school and its pupils with special educational needs.

Worshipful Brother Kevin Lyons of Delphis Lodge, in raising £2,900 for the school, is following in the footsteps of his wife Wendy who recently donated £1,300 to Blackmarston School raised by sponsorship for her freefall parachute jump. Kevin said that the school requires, 'our full support for the dedication and exceptional work undertaken by the staff for the wellbeing of the pupils.'

Kevin Lyons, Jack Baker, the Worshipful Master of Vitruvian Lodge, and Charity Steward Nick Swan, received a conducted tour of the school following the presentation. Staff members were most appreciative of this continued masonic support.

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