ULVERSTON’s St Mary’s hospice will use a £20,000 grant to fund a new project aimed at giving bereaved people a chance to get out of the house – and mend furniture.
Guernsey and Alderney Freemasons have donated £2,160 to bring a number of Chelsea Pensioners to the Channel Islands to celebrate Liberation Day on 9th May
Admiral Blake Lodge donates £1750 for new Heart Monitor
Charity Lifelites donates specialist technology for children at Shooting Star Chase with grant from Middlesex Freemasons
The children and young people at Shooting Star Chase children’s hospice have received a donation of assistive technology worth £50,000 from national children’s charity Lifelites, thanks to funding from Middlesex Freemasons. The technology donated...
Assistant Provincial Grand Master David Grainger together with Furness and South Lakeland Group Chairman Peter Schofield visited St Mary’s Hospice in Ulverston to mark the latest donation made to that worthy cause by the...