The Leicester South Foodbank, which has been under great strain because of the Covid-19 crisis, will be getting a big helping hand thanks to a £1,500 grant from Leicestershire and Rutland Freemasons Demand at the…
Nurses, doctors, and paramedics are all receiving quality home cooked, pre-packed meals thanks to a local Freemason and his wife and a grant from Leicestershire and Rutland Freemasons Freemason Paul Leary and his wife Alison…
During his spare time, Leicestershire & Rutland Freemason Michael Smart has been putting his machinery to good use, by manufacturing face shields for front line workers Michael Smart, Inner Guard of Newarke Lodge No. 6794…
The Suffolk Masonic Clay Shooting Society (SMaCSS) donate £3500 to Suffolk Accident Rescue Service This year, the Committee of the Suffolk Masonic Clay Shooting Society decided to support the Suffolk Accident Rescue Service (SARS) as their main…
Norfolk Freemason Colin Breckons has been shortlisted for a Telegraph Lockdown Award in recognition of his work making face shields for the NHS Colin, a member of Saint Giles Lodge No. 4569 in Norwich, has…
Essential face visors are being distributed to care homes across the county and beyond, thanks to a grant of £10,000 from Wiltshire Freemasons to St Joseph's Roman Catholic School in Laverstock, Salisbury St Joseph’s has…
More children with special educational needs will get the home support they need, thanks to Wiltshire Freemasons The generous grant of £15,000 to Wiltshire Portage will help fund regular home visits to four extra families…
Caldecote in recent weeks has seen some amazing local support from villagers in supporting those vulnerable and isolated during the Covid-19 pandemic. In their community there are four serious cases, elderly people with poor health…
Freemasons in Berkshire have given 25 tablets to local care homes and hospices in the county. These are to help families stay in touch with their loved ones during this coronavirus crisis During the current…
Crew members at the East Anglian Air Ambulance will have life-saving face visors and other essential personal protective equipment (PPE) as they work with potential Covid-19 patients, thanks to a grant of £5,000 from Cambridgeshire…
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