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Surrey 2019 Festival

Surrey 2019 Festival

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LAUNCH: 2014


In support of Masonic Care Homes provided by the RMBI, the Surrey 2019 Festival Appeal launched in spring 2014.

Within Surrey there are two RMBI homes, Shannon Court in Hindhead and James Terry Court in Croydon. Please give generously so that we can support our two homes and the RMBI in general.

The funds raised during the five-year appeal will go towards the £5.6 million required annually to ensure that no RMBI resident will be obliged to leave their RMBI home for financial reasons

Freemasons can qualify as a Festival Steward by making a minimum qualifying donation, or commitment, of £150 towards the Appeal.

Further information about the Festival can be found in the Surrey 2019 Festival appeal website.


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1. James Speller Lodge 3 Peaks Challenge
2. Michael and Katy Zip Wire Challenge
3. Graham and John Sky Dive
4. Mark Green London to Newcastle Cycle
5. Mike Kindler Sponsored Swim
6. Andrew Philpot and Luke Sommer Everest Base Camp Trek
7. Beverly Field Zip Wire Challenge
8. Nicholas Dyer Zip Wire Challenge
10. David Olliver Zip Wire Challenge
11. Harriet Norman Zip Wire Challenge
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