Tablets for coronavirus

Freemasons donate nearly 1,000 tablets for coronavirus patients

Freemasons have provided the tablets to more than 50 hospitals, care homes and hospices across their regions at the start of a new nation-wide initiative.

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    Essex Freemasons have approved a £15,000 grant

    Essex Freemasons have approved a £15,000 grant to help disabled cricketers.....

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  • YMCA
    £40,000 grant to YMCA

    Essex Freemasons approve...

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  • Ash7
    Essex Freemasons Put Ashley Back in the Saddle

    Invictus Games Competitor and British Army veteran Ashley Hall fought back after a terrorist bomb took off both his legs and part of his left hand while on duty in Afghanistan, but even he was unprepared by the callous thieves who stole his specially adapted bike

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  • Kids 2
    Essex Freemasons donate £52,000 to Kids Inspire

    Essex Freemasons have given nearly £52,000 to Chelmsford based charity Kids Inspire

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  • Rickshaw
    Bumpy and challenging ride for the first rickshaw fund raiser

    It’s the only rickshaw of its kind in the UK, 

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  • Rodney5
    Essex Freemason parade in public

    Essex Freemasons paraded in public for the first time in over 10 years

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    Freemasons donate £33 million

    Freemasons donate £33 million in last year via the MCF

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    Essex Freemasons set new charity record

    Essex Freemasons raised and donated nearly £1.2 million

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  • Little Heath
    Essex Freemasons give £40,000

    Essex Freemasons give £40,000 to help learning difficulties children into work

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  • BIRT
    Thank you for my life back



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  • Albert Chairs
    The 100 year mystery of three Masonic chairs

    Three symbolic antique chairs, highly regarded and prized by Freemasons, have returned home to Southend 

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  • Skreen 1
    Freemasons donate £145,000 to help Essex Scouts

    Essex Freemasons have reinforced their long association with the Scout Movement with a massive donation of £145,000 to fund a “Tall Ship Aerial Runway” to be installed at Skreens Park in Roxwell near Chelmsford. 

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