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I’ve been married to Richard for 13 years now and we’ve got two children.

 

I love supporting Richard in all the fundraising events he does, and bringing the kids along as well.When it comes to freemasonry I mostly get involved with the social or fundraising events that Richard, or the lodge have organised.

 

As well as fundraising for the MCF, we have joined the lodge in supporting the local hospice in Loughborough, Rainbow Children’s Hospice, which the MCF has also given funding to. I think that the support that our lodge, the province and the MCF have given to the hospice is amazing work which I’m proud to be part of.

Abbie, Leicester

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Terry

I’ve been a freemason for many years but had to retire some years ago because of my mobility. Following an operation to replace my knees, I contracted sepsis and I ended up having four emergency operations. The sepsis damaged my heart and I nearly died twice.   I’ve been left with only 15 degrees of…

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Caroline

I moved from Africa to the UK in 1988, and settled in Harrow, North London. I started off in the corporate world working for the National Lottery, but then had a career break to have my two children. Once they were all grown up, I came and worked for The Freemasons’ Grand Charity as I…

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Les

Well,  I’ve been with the masonic charities for over thirty years, having joined the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys (RMTGB) back in 1988!   I come from a strong masonic family – my father and uncles were all keen freemasons. When the job came up it was advertised throughout the provinces, including my…

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Steph

While I was studying at university, I discovered that the thing that inspired me most, even more than my studies, was volunteering.   I spent a year as a Community Service Volunteer with Wandsworth social services, helping children, people with mental health problems and older people with dementia.   One day I saw an advert…

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