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Leicestershire and Rutland 2022

Leicestershire and Rutland 2022

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LAUNCH: 2016

FESTIVAL EVENT: 2022

In support of the full range of grants and services provided by the Masonic Charitable Foundation, the Leicestershire & Rutland 2022 Festival appeal was launched in November 2016.

The Province of Leicestershire & Rutland are striving to reach their fundraising target of £1.8 million during the five-year Festival Appeal.

Every donation you make will be credited to you personally and to your Lodge or Chapter. All donations will count towards your personal honorific and also toward a Lodge or Chapter achievement total.

For further information, please visit the Provincial website.

 

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Melton Mowbray Quiz Night raises £800

Freemasons in Melton Mowbray held a quiz and supper night, to raise money for the 2022 Festival Over fifty guests from three different lodges came together for the evening, raising almost £800. Martin Oliver organised the quiz, which included questions on Masonry, local knowledge and a food and drink. The guests were served supper by ‘table…

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Hinckley Freemasons take on Three Peaks Challenge

Twelve Hinckley Freemasons took on the gruelling challenge of climbing the highest peaks in Scotland, England and Wales in just 24 hours. The challenge started at Ben Nevis in Scotland on Saturday 2nd September 2017, followed by Scafell Pike in England and finishing on Snowdon in Wales. The team completed the challenge in the fast of…

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Cliff jumpers raise over £1,000 for 2022 Festival

On 3rd September, Loughborough Freemasons Tony Andrews and Digby Lund launched themselves off a cliff in Malaga to raise money for Leicestershire and Rutland’s 2022 Festival. The pair were joined by Digby’s wife, Yvonne, while Tony’s wife, Elanor, joined them for moral support. Upon arrival at Almunecar, they were met by their pilots, Antonio and Jose, who arrived…

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Our Impact

Dilhani

I’m originally from Sri Lanka and before moving over here I worked as an accountant. I joined the Relief Chest 17 years ago, initially managing the donations, but over the years I got back into the accounting side of things. I now do all the accounts for the scheme which I enjoy because I like…

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Terry

I’ve been a freemason for many years but had to retire some years ago because of my mobility. Following an operation to replace my knees, I contracted sepsis and I ended up having four emergency operations. The sepsis damaged my heart and I nearly died twice.   I’ve been left with only 15 degrees of…

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Caroline

I moved from Africa to the UK in 1988, and settled in Harrow, North London. I started off in the corporate world working for the National Lottery, but then had a career break to have my two children. Once they were all grown up, I came and worked for The Freemasons’ Grand Charity as I…

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Les

Well,  I’ve been with the masonic charities for over thirty years, having joined the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys (RMTGB) back in 1988!   I come from a strong masonic family – my father and uncles were all keen freemasons. When the job came up it was advertised throughout the provinces, including my…

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