Derbyshire Freemasons donate £28,990 to Plot to Plate allotment project run by Disability Direct

The £28,990 grant to the Plot to Plate allotment project, run by Disability Direct, will pay for a new Project Co-Ordinator, who will work with volunteers to deliver the ‘Grow Your Own’ service to 350 local people. Alongside the wheelchair-accessible vegetable beds, there will be practical cooking classes, weekly gardening sessions and community open day events, all free of charge, with activities to support the environment such as making bug and bee hotels.

Freemasons £2000 grant helps Kitchen Upgrade at Tottington Bowling Club

In February 2017 Tottington Bowling and Social Club received a grant from the ELMC Grant Making Committee for £2,000 to to extend and refurb it’s kitchen facility. The grant was applied for by Geoff Leach, a member of Pilkington Lodge and Treasurer of the Bowling Club, who was pleased to show how the grant had … Read more

Clifton Road Masonic Hall Open Day proves a Success

On Sunday 9th of September, Clifton Road Masonic hall hosted an ‘Open Day’ Event in support of the Wirral History and Heritage Society, which included displays from Woodlands Primary School, the  Birkenhead Ansar  Beaver Scouts Troop, The Clifton Operatic Society, and a display of the work of Local Photographer Nadia Parsons. There was also as … Read more