Around 750 young deaf and disabled children and young people will be given the chance to transform their lives through music, thanks to a grant from Gloucestershire Freemasons to The
As Gloucestershire Freemasons have a close relationship with local charity Meningitis Now we are kindly invited to their annual Christmas carol concert in the cathedral. This year there was a
Gloucestershire Freemasons are issuing an appeal to all Gloucestershire’s smaller local charities for 2024: please let us help you! The Freemasons gave £243,000 to charities in the county in 2022.
Traditionally Freemasons have donated cash in line with the watchwords of ‘Integrity, Friendship, Respect and Charity’. As charities in Gloucestershire received £243,000 from Freemasonry in 2022 that’s not to be
Lodge of Sympathy IPM, Gary Shellard, has previously hosted successful Saturday morning breakfasts at Venn’s Acre, Wotton. This time, it was in conjunction with Glos Masonic Society, who presented an
“As Worshipful Master of Tyndall Lodge I would like to thank all who attended our Remembrance Day Lunch. It was a packed house of 73 people which included members and
Wives and friends of Royal Edward Lodge were guests at Avonmouth for an Armistice Day lunch. As a precursor to the eminently successful raffle, Charity Steward Jason Sutton [right] provided
We need more of Gloucestershire’s smaller local charities to apply to the GMCA for a grant in 2024. We have around £40,000 to award each year, said William Durman, Chairman
For a member of the scouting movement to be able to attend the World Scout Jamboree is the ultimate experience and Newent Daffodil Lodge helped to make that happen for
Air Scouts benefit from lodge fund-raising When Bristol Air Scouts discovered their HQ at Headley Park needed a new roof, there was a definite ‘scramble’ to raise the necessary funds.
Every year the Gloucestershire Deaf Association subsidise tickets for deaf children and their families to attend the only BSL (sign language) interpreted pantomime at the Everyman in Cheltenham. They offer
“Angels in the Night” who help the women of St Pauls In the Rapid Response Paramedic role from which he has just recently retired, Ian Whittern would often be called