Freemasons make donation to St Mary’s Hospice in Ulverston

Assistant Provincial Grand Master David Grainger together with Furness and South Lakeland Group Chairman Peter Schofield visited St Mary’s Hospice in Ulverston to mark the latest donation made to that worthy cause by the Masonic Charitable Foundation. For several years the national Masonic charity has made a donation to each hospice in the country. This … Read more

Freemasons donate over £2,000 to St Rocco’s Hospice

Rachel Ingham being presented with the cheques by Andy Barton. Warrington Group Chairman Andy Barton was delighted to present two cheques totalling £2,150 to Rachel Ingham, a fundraising officer from St Rocco’s Hospice. Of the total donated, £1,900 was on behalf the Masonic Charitable Foundation and £250 was on behalf of Warrington Lodge of Concord … Read more

Freemasons donate £1,312 to Zoë’s Place baby hospice

Zoë’s Place was founded by Professor Jack Scarisbrick and became a reality in February 1995. The first hospice was opened in Liverpool after raising the necessary funds and finding suitable premises. Its opening signified the beginning of a unique and much needed service. Zoë’s Place provides a home-from-home environment for the respite and palliative care of babies from ages 0-5 with life-threatening or life-limiting conditions.

Peace and Pemberton Chapter bows out, with 3 Donations to Charity

It was an installation tinged with sadness at Peace and Pemberton Chapter No 4686. The chapter was honoured and delighted to receive Assistant to the Provincial Grand Principals Ian Cuerden as the principal guest, on this special occasion at Pemberton Masonic Hall. Pictured from left to right, are: Ian Cuerden, Danny Jones, Derek Ishmael, Corrie Wilson-MacCormack, … Read more