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Sussex 2017 Festival

Sussex 2017 Festival

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LAUNCH: 2010

FESTIVAL EVENT: 2017

In support of the financial grants previously provided by The Freemasons’ Grand Charity, the Sussex 2017 Festival Appeal officially launched in autumn 2010.

The Province of Sussex seeks to raise a total of over £2 million during the six-year Festival Appeal.

Freemasons can become a Steward of the 2017 Festival by donating a minimum of £500 (including Gift Aid) towards the Festival Appeal.

Qualified Stewards may wish to become a Patron by donating a minimum of £600 or a Grand Patron by donating £1,200. This includes the £500 already donated to become a Steward.

For further information, please see the Sussex 2017 Festival Brochure.

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You can support the Sussex 2017 Festival by learning more about the Appeal on the Provincial website, or by making a donation on our form

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