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.

Wrexham hospice receives £9500 courtesy of Welsh Freemasons

Reading Time: 2 minutes North Wales Freemasons, who have donated £9500 through the Covid-19 Response Group to Nightingale House Hospice, a palliative care hospice in Wrexham in North Wales. The funding will be used to help the hospice’s new ‘Meals Matter’ program.