Lincolnshire Freemasons are selling specially-produced mugs to offer financial support to the NHS. As well as being a fundraiser, the mugs will be a permanent 'thank you' to staff on the front line of the…
Lincolnshire Freemason and keen motorcyclist Karl Fidoe is doing his bit to support the NHS by becoming a member of the county’s Emergency Blood Bikers Scheme The member of Lindum Lodge in Lincolnshire has completed…
Staff in the Intensive care unit at William Harvey Hospital received a treat for the Easter Weekend, as Charlie Miller delivered over £350 worth of Easter Eggs on behalf of East Kent Freemasons Although Charlie…
The lockdown which has taken place in recent weeks has caused worry and difficulties for many people – getting groceries and keeping the household stocked with essential supplies has been of major concern and stress…
Tameside A&E Nurse and East Lancashire Freemason John Gilmour has made a spectacular effort in the Covid-19 crisis by purchasing an ambulance in order to assist positively diagnosed yet stranded patients get home in order…
The head of East Kent Freemasons Neil Johnstone is releasing £57,000 from his Disaster Relief Fund as part of the Cornwallis East Kent Freemasons' Charity The money will go to help food banks, local charities…
Sussex Freemasons, through the Sussex Masonic Charity Foundation, have donated £30,000 to directly support NHS staff working in the major hospitals across the county St Richards in Chichester, Worthing Hospital, the Royal Sussex County in…
Northumberland Freemason Tom Stewart has been single handily delivering hundreds of eggs to deserving causes this Easter The eggs have been donated to a masonic motorcycle association for distribution to children throughout the North East.…
After a successful trial to other Lodges in the area and the Masonic Widows Association, Corsham Lodge No. 6616 in Wiltshire have expanded their home food pack deliveries to anyone in the area who is self isolating…
A request was made to the Benevolent Lodge in Teignmouth, Devonshire, by Councillor David Matthews who was looking for premises with a kitchen large enough to cook Sunday lunches for over 100 people. When David…
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