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Yorkshire NE Ridings 2018 Festival

Yorkshire NE Ridings 2018 Festival

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In support of health and care grants, previously provided by the Masonic Samaritan Fund, the Yorkshire NE Ridings 2018 Festival Appeal launched in the summer of 2013.

The Province of Yorkshire NE Ridings seeks to raise a total of £1.6 million during the five-year Festival Appeal.

Freemasons can become a Steward of the 2018 Festival by donating a minimum of £300 towards the Festival Appeal. This can also be paid in monthly instalments of just £5 over the five years.

Further information about the Festival can be found on Yorkshire NE Ridings’ Provincial website.

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You can support the Yorkshire NE Ridings 2018 Festival by learning more about the Appeal on the Provincial website or making a donation using our form:

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