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Cornwall Freemason Sebastian spends a day at the Conquest Centre to find out how our support is making a difference

In our ongoing series Helping Hands, Freemasons from across the country spend a day volunteering with charities we have supported to learn more about their important work and find out how our donation has made a difference.

In our first video, Cornwall Freemason Sebastian spends a day at the Conquest Centre, a specialist equine centre dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of disadvantaged or disabled people.

Watch the video to find out what Sebastian learned on his trip to the Conquest Centre.

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MindOut

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Alex

I was born in Chester but I’ve lived inside the North Wales border all my life. I loved developing websites when I was younger, so always wanted to work in IT. I left school at 16 and got a job designing and installing pay-as-you-go internet systems… that was about 10 years ago, and how times…

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Karl

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Frank

I’ve been a freemason for almost 22 years – in fact I’m coming up to the anniversary next month. I’m retired now but I was an accountant by trade; accountant to lodge almoner isn’t the most natural step, but there you go!   About seven years ago our old almoner was going through some family…

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