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Lincolnshire 2025 Festival

Lincolnshire 2025 Festival

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LAUNCH: 18 JANUARY 2020 – PELHAM SUITE, PROVINCIAL OFFICE, GRIMSBY

FESTIVAL EVENT: SEPTEMBER 2025

In support of the grants and services provided by the Masonic Charitable Foundation, the Lincolnshire 2025 Festival Appeal will launch soon.

The MCF  took over the work of the four central Masonic Charities in April 2016 and now provides a wide range of grants and services to freemasons and their families who have a financial, health and care or family need. The MCF also supports other charities.

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