England – Hertfordshire Freemasons boost Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme for young people with disabilities and special needs


England - Hertfordshire Freemasons boost Duke of Edinburgh's Award scheme for young people with disabilities and special needs

(by Sinead Corr, Bishop’s Stortford, 12 July 2021)

 

Hertfordshire Freemasons have donated £25,000 so disabled young people in the county can take part in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme.

Prince Philip, who died in April, founded the youth awards programme in 1956 and was himself a Freemason after he was introduced to the brotherhood in 1952 by his father-in-law King George VI.

The new funding from Hertfordshire Freemasons will add to the £300,000 strategic partnership between the United Grand Lodge of England and the Masonic Charitable Foundation with

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England - Hertfordshire Freemasons boost Duke of Edinburgh's Award scheme for young people with disabilities and special needs

 

England - Hertfordshire Freemasons boost Duke of Edinburgh's Award scheme for young people with disabilities and special needs
 

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