Reading Time: < 1 minute The Freemasons then donated a £4,500 bladder scanner, a non-invasive portable tool used for diagnosing, managing and treating urinary outflow dysfunction, which can pinpoint a wide range of health issues. It will be used at City Community Hospital in Oxford, providing rehabilitation and palliative care to older people.
Reading Time: 3 minutes London Masons are providing 800 free hot meals a week and have now extended the funding for that for the next 3 months. The meals are provided for those residents in need in Ealing and Acton identified by the Council, local youth center, women’s refuge and the Ealing Mutual Aid Group.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The lockdown which has taken place in recent weeks has caused worry and difficulties for many people – getting groceries and keeping the household in essential supplies has been of major concern and stress to many. Our meeting halls in Derbyshire also face difficulties – we have catering staff who rely on our meetings for their income.