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Middlesex 2020 Festival

Middlesex 2020 Festival

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LAUNCH: MARCH 2015

FESTIVAL EVENT: 2020

In support of the grants provided to children and young people previously awarded by the RMTGB, the Middlesex 2020 Festival Appeal launched in the March 2015.

Freemasons can qualify as a Festival Steward by making a minimum qualifying donation, or commitment, of £400 towards the Appeal. This can also be paid in monthly installments of £6.67 over the five years.

Freemasons who qualify as Stewards will receive the Festival Jewel, which helps promote the 2020 Festival and shows the Province’s support for the RMTGB.

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

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HOW TO GET INVOLVED

You can support the Middlesex 2020 Festival by making a donation or creating a fundraising event in support of the appeal.

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Online fundraisers

1. Liam Delahunty 2020 Walk
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