Oxfordshire Freemasons support Oxford Health’s frontline workers

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.

Local MP backs Freemasons’ meals for vulnerable 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.

Freemasons Square Meals delivered in Derbyshire

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.