Reading Time: 2 minutes Freemason Paul Leary and his wife Alison run Access Catering based in Leicestershire. Access Catering are the resident caterers at Syston Masonic hall, and during the current lockdown, period have been using existing facilities to provide meals for nurses and other NHS frontline workers at the three main Leicestershire hospitals. The head of Leicestershire and Rutland Freemasons, Peter Kinder, was so impressed with Paul and Alison’s efforts, an emergency grant of £3,000 was made to keep their operation supplied with the necessary raw ingredients.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Young people in Leicester not in employment, education or training (NEETS) are to be helped into work thanks to a £35,000 grant from Leicestershire and Rutland Freemasons Around 250 young NEETs between the ages of 11-24, many of whom are also homeless, involved in substance misuse and crime, will be helped by TwentyTwenty through their … Read more
Reading Time: 2 minutes Young people in Leicester not in employment, education or training (NEETS) are to be helped into work thanks to a £35,000 grant to youth charity, TwentyTwenty. This grant will helped to fund the Journey to Work programme. Supporting disadvantaged young people Over the next three years, around 250 young NEETs between the ages of 11-24 – many … Read more
Reading Time: 2 minutes In glorious sunshine, over 100 Freemasons of all ages gathered in Jubilee Square wearing their Masonic Regalia and subsequently paraded to Leicester Cathedral via the High Street, Gallowtree Gate, Market Place, Grey Friars and on to St Martins prior to a Service of Thanksgiving.
Reading Time: 2 minutes A new and exciting exhibition opened in Leicester on Friday 6th October 2017, as local Freemasons marked the celebration of the 300th anniversary of the formation of their governing body, the United Grand Lodge of England The exhibition provides insights into what Freemasonry is all about and how it has become a significant social institution … Read more