Freemasons 300-mile cycle journey raises £21k for Charity

Reading Time: < 1 minute Leicestershire and Rutland Freemasons have completed a four-day cycle ride visiting all the masonic centres in the province, including Melton, before continuing to Freemasons’ Hall in London and back again.

The 300-mile trip not only marked the 300th anniversary of Freemasonry but raised £21,000 to be split equally between the Rainbows Children’s Hospice in Loughborough and the Masonic Charitable Foundation.

Yorkshire Freemasons Cycle from London to Leeds in One Day

Reading Time: 4 minutes On Sunday 2 July 2017, a group of intrepid West Yorkshire Freemasons successfully cycled over 200 miles from Freemasons Hall in London to Castle Grove Masonic Hall in Leeds, in an impressive 15 hours. The L2L Cycle, which featured 11 Freemasons from a number of Lodges across West Yorkshire, raised over £6000 for both the West Riding Masonic Charities Fund and local support centre, Breast Cancer Haven Yorkshire.

Essex Freemasons cycling 880 miles for Charity

Reading Time: < 1 minute Four member of Essex Freemasons, named collectively as Team Jogle, are taking on the 880 mile trek from John o’ Groats to Lands’ End.

Geoff Turpin, of Blackmore End, Adrian Deadman, of Colchester, Daniel Rosewell, of Southend, and Trevor Back, of Great Bentley, are all taking on the challenge in aid of the Freemasons’ Masonic Charitable Foundation.