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Hertfordshire 2019 Festival

Hertfordshire 2019 Festival

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In support of the grants to children and young people previously provided by the RMTGB, the Hertfordshire 2019 Festival Appeal launched in the January 2014.

The Province of Hertfordshire seeks to raise a total of £3 million during their five-year Festival Appeal.

Freemasons can qualify as a Festival Steward by making a minimum qualifying donation, or commitment, of £400 towards the Appeal. Ladies may qualify to become Festival Stewards on making a minimum donation of £200.

Qualified Freemasons and Ladies will be entitled to purchase a Festival jewel (£15) or brooch (£10) which will be issued by the Province.

Further information about the Festival can be found on Hertfordshire’s Provincial website.

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Your can support the Hertfordshire 2019 Festival by creating your own sponsored event or downloading a donation form for the appeal.

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1. Chris Noble "Bonkers" Challenge
3. Tony Hyams Pru Ride London
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Tercentenary celebrations in Hertfordshire

A very busy year of Tercentenary celebrations have added to the ongoing 2019 Festival activities. Tercentenary celebrations in the community Masonic Centres across Hertfordshire opened their doors to the public and encouraged members, their families, and friends to visit and appreciate 300 years of Freemasonry. Tours of the Temples answered some of the “secrets” of Masonry,…

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Hertfordshire Lodges receive Platinum Award

The Provincial Grand Master has introduced a new 2019 Festival honorific level for those Lodges exceeding the Grand Patron Level (120%). Two Lodges have now achieved the Platinum Award (175%), Stortford Lodge No 409 and Park Street Lodge No 8556 On Friday 2nd June, the award was presented to Park Street Lodge No 8556 at…

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“I found out that David had progressive lung cancer and six weeks later he passed away. It was a really traumatic time for our family, as one of my sons was starting a new job in Germany and couldn’t get back in time to say goodbye. It was devastating for everyone.” David died only 18…

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Geoff’s story: advice and support when you most need it

Geoff’s story “I’ve had a disastrous three years. My wife, Carol, had lung cancer and a bad stroke which was the beginning of a lot of trauma for us. Shortly after, we lost both our sons to illness and our daughter died suddenly in her sleep. She went to bed one night and didn’t wake…

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Roy’s family

  When my daughter became ill four years ago, we took in our two young grandchildren, Adam and Amymae. Of course we were very happy to have them live with us, but we didn’t realise just how much it would increase our outgoings. With two extra mouths to feed, the electricity bills and the cost…

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