(by Bruce Sinclair, Western Telegraph, 10th May 2019)
IT’S not all about ‘secrets’ and ‘funny handshakes’ with Freemasonry; members of the St David’s Freemasons recently showed their commitment to fundraising, donating more than £1,100 to help a little girl from Johnston.
Four-year-old Eliza Scriven suffers with Spastic Diplegic Cerebral Palsy; her family and friends are in the process of trying to raise £60,000 to have a surgery in Bristol called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) which will take away her spasticity (stiffness) permanently.
Members of St David’s Freemasons recently presented Eliza’s family with a cheque for £1,145, raised from…
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