(by Luke Adams, The Reading Chronicle, 24.02.2019)
A charity providing life-saving support has received a cash injection of more than £10,000.
The huge sum was gathered through a series of contributions and presented to Thames Valley Air Ambulance (TVAA) by Berkshire Freemasons.
The Masonic Charitable Foundation and Masonic Charity donated the majority of the funds, while a further £2,000 came from ‘100 of Bray’ Lodge in Wokingham.
Anthony Howlett-Bolton, the Leader of Berkshire Freemasons, said: “We are thrilled to continue supporting the Thames Valley Air Ambulance.
“Thanks to the tireless efforts of their doctors, paramedics and …
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