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South Wales 2021 Festival

South Wales 2021 Festival

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LAUNCH: 2015

FESTIVAL EVENT: 2021

In support of Masonic care homes provided by the RMBI, the South Wales 2021 Festival appeal launched early in 2015.

There are two RMBI homes within easy reach of South Wales, Albert Edward Prince of Wales Court in Mid-Glamorgan and Queen Elizabeth Court in Llandudno.

Both homes are doing outstanding work to provide a happy and safe environment for residents and offering peace of mind by ensuring a home for life.

The Province of South Wales seeks to raise a total of £5 million during their six-year Festival Appeal.

Freemasons can qualify as a Festival Steward by making a minimum qualifying donation, or commitment, of £500 towards the Appeal.

For further information about the Festival, please visit the South Wales 2021 Festival website.

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You can support the South Wales 2021 Festival by making a donation or creating a fundraising event to raise sponsorship for the appeal.

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