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Leicestershire and Rutland 2022

Leicestershire and Rutland 2022

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LAUNCH: 2016


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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