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Nottinghamshire 2018 Festival

Nottinghamshire 2018 Festival

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In support of the grants to children and young people previously provided by the RMTGB, the Nottinghamshire 2018 Festival Appeal launched in the spring of 2012.

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

A Freemason can qualify to become a Festival Steward by making a minimum qualifying donation of £500 towards the Appeal including Gift Aid. Ladies and Lewises may qualify to become Festival Stewards on making a minimum donation of £60 plus Gift Aid.

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

Further information about the Festival can be found on Nottinghamshire’s Festival website

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You can support the Nottinghamshire 2018 Festival by learning more about the Appeal on the Provincial website or making a donation to the Festival using our form

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