Children getting more braille books thanks to Freemasons

The BMCF (Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund) recently donated a £1000 to purchase a large guillotine, and artwork materials, to help produce braille books for young sight-impaired children.

Back in 2018 Buckinghamshire Freemasons raised over £3500 which included a donation of £500 from Winslow Lions to buy young Dexter Ward, who is severely visually impaired due to Congenital Glaucoma, a braille machine.

Freemasons raise thousands for Peterborough’s homeless

Once again it has been a busy December for Freemasons. Members from the Province of Northamptonshire and Huntingdonshire came together in celebration for a Festival of Lessons and Carols at Peterborough Cathedral, writes Craig Bunday from Peterborough Freemasons.

Freemasons donate £2000 to Teddies for Loving Care Appeal (TLC)

On Wednesday 14th November, the Cheshire Farmers Lodge 9573 initiated their newest member Bro John Michael Oliver Edwards in the presence of WBro Simon Richardson APGM Area 5 and other Grand Lodge Officers. Bro. Michael Christie JD did an excellent job in guiding the candidate around the temple pictured below with other officers of the … Read more