(by Sammy Jones, 29 August 2018, MKCITIZEN)
The Buckinghamshire Freemasons opened the doors of its flagship Lodge, Bletchley Masonic Centre, to the community earlier this month, offering locals a first-hand look into the life of a Freemason. As part of the event, the Bucks Freemasons invited representatives from The Graham Fulford Trust, who were there to offer free blood tests for prostate cancer. Working tirelessly, they completed 170 PSA tests during the event – many more than on previous occasions. The PSA test, which measures the level of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) in the blood, was offered completely free of charge, and has proved lifesaving in the past, making it a regular feature in the Bucks Freemasonry In The Community project. Among those taking advantage of the service was the Mayor, Councillor Petchey. He said…
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