Cambridgeshire Freemasons


Cambridgeshire Freemasons
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  • Freemasons sign up to Armed Forces Covenant October 22, 2021
    HRH The Duke of Kent and Major General Simon Graham The Freemasons have signed the Armed Forces Covenant during a ceremony at Freemasons’ Hall in Covent Garden on 20 October led by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Kent. The partnership aims to support members of the Armed Forces community and ensure they have the […]
  • Cambridgeshire Freemasons Helping Trumpington Food Hub October 7, 2021
    Jackie Colvill (l) and Katie Thornburrow (r) with some helpers at the food hub   Nourse Lodge, in Cambridge, has raised £500 to support the Trumpington Food Hub. The Trumpington Food Hub opened in May 2020, in the local Trumpington Pavilion on Paget Road. It is open on Fridays from 12 noon to 2pm and is […]
  • Cambridgeshire Freemasons play major role as comforting teddies for children in hospital reaches three million mark September 9, 2021
    The three millionth teddy to be given to poorly children across England and Wales has been presented, with Cambridgeshire Freemasons playing a big part. The special bear was presented to Jackie James, Play Specialist at Peterborough City Hospital, in the hospital’s Amazon Children’s Garden, by Dr David Staples a hospital Consultant Physician and CEO of […]
  • Freemasons supporting over a million people with mental health issues September 2, 2021
    To help more than 1.4 million people experiencing mental health issues, Freemasons in Cambridgeshire and across England are donating more than £550,000 to help citizens across the UK. In Cambridgeshire, Freemasons are supporting many local charities including Cornwallis Court, Caring Together, Pos+Ability, Over Day Care, Neale-Wade Academy, Cambridge Churches Homeless Project, Trumpington Community Fridge and […]
  • Support for older men with prostate cancer in Cambridgeshire thanks to Freemasons July 28, 2021
    Hundreds of men diagnosed with prostate cancer will be given practical and emotional help and support thanks to a grant of £51,000 from the Freemasons to the Maggie’s charity. The grant from Cambridgeshire Freemasons comes through the Masonic Charitable Foundation, which is funded by Freemasons, their families and friends, from across England and Wales. A […]
  • Families on brink of famine in South Sudan receive emergency support funded by Cambridgeshire Freemasons July 12, 2021
    Hundreds of families on the brink of famine in South Sudan will be receiving emergency support thanks to a grant of £35,000 from the Freemasons to Plan International UK. Freemasonry, through the United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) and Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF), is responding with Plan International to support communities at this critical time. […]
  • Cambridgeshire Freemasons Celebrate NHS Frontline Workers’ Day July 6, 2021
    The inaugural celebration of NHS, Social Care and Frontline Workers’ Day took place on 5th July 2021, with Cambridgeshire Freemasons leading the event at their Masonic Centres across the County. While the Open Days planned at several of our centres had to be postponed due to COVID restrictions, flags were raised, banners displayed and trumpeters […]
  • Freemasons take lead role in NHS Frontline Workers Day July 3, 2021
    The inaugural celebration of NHS, Social Care and Frontline Workers’ Day is set to take place on 5 July 2021, with Freemasons leading the event. The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE), the governing body for Freemasons, is inviting its 200,000 members to fly specially designed flags at 10am on 5 July, to celebrate this […]
  • Thousands of disabled young people can take part in Duke of Edinburgh Awards thanks to Cambridge University Freemasons June 23, 2021
    Thousands of young people with disabilities and special educational needs will be able to take part in the Duke of Edinburgh Awards thanks to a grant of £35,000 from a Cambridge Freemasons Lodge. The huge grant from the Isaac Newton University Lodge will add to the £300,000 strategic partnership between the United Grand Lodge of […]
  • Cambridgeshire Freemasons Shoot for the Moon June 22, 2021
      Alma Mater Lodge, in Cambridge, have donated £500 to the Cambridge Acorn Project, which carries out therapeutic work with children and families connected to issues around stress, trauma, attachment and social justice. The Moon Project was set up as a response to COVID-19. The pandemic has been traumatising and frightening for many children, young […]
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  • Cambridgeshire Freemasons continue to support the Digital Drive March 7, 2021
    Following the funding donation from Cambridgeshire Freemasons for over 120 Raspberry Pi computers during February, they have now stepped up their support of the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Digital Drive initiative by donating over 40 laptops to the Cambridgeshire Youth Panel This latest appeal is the second to be initiated by the Provincial Grand Master Bill […]
  • A Helping of Raspberry Pi from the Cambridgeshire Freemasons February 21, 2021
    Cambridgeshire Freemasons are helping to provide children with Raspberry Pi computers through the ‘Digital Drive Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’ initiative The original request came from Provincial Grand Master Bill Dastur in a message to all Cambridgeshire Freemasons on 15th February and within a little over a week, his original target of 45 computers has been exceeded […]
  • Arthur Rank Hospice Charity’s Education & Conference Centre given a boost thanks to essential grant from Cambridgeshire Freemasons November 3, 2020
    The education and meeting facilities at Arthur Rank Hospice will be able to accommodate more people during the COVID-19 restrictions, thanks to new furniture provided by a £2,500 grant from Cambridgeshire Freemasons Until the Rule of Six commenced, government rules about maintaining a two-metre distance meant that the Hospice was restricted to meetings with a […]
  • Samaritans get lockdown support from Cambridgeshire Freemasons September 9, 2020
    Cambridge Samaritans are being supported through the Covid-19 crisis, thanks to a grant from Cambridgeshire Freemasons The £2,000 grant is especially welcome as Samaritans’ fundraising ability has been reduced by the lockdown, but their local volunteers are still receiving 80 calls or more every day, which works out at one every 18 minutes. Samaritans have […]
  • Cambridgeshire Hospital heroes scrub up well thanks to £8,000 Freemasons grant June 10, 2020
    Much-needed hospital scrubs for doctors and nurses struggling to cope with the Covid-19 crisis will be made by volunteers from Connection Through Crafting and paid for by grants from Cambridgeshire Freemasons and the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF), the Freemasons' Charity The grants, totalling £8,000, will help contribute to the manufacturing of 2,000 sets of scrubs […]
  • East of England Air Ambulance gets crucial protective equipment to help COVID-19 patients thanks to Cambridgeshire Freemasons June 10, 2020
    Essential personal protective equipment for the crews of the Magpas air ambulance during the coronavirus crisis has been provided thanks to a grant of £5,000 from CAMBRIDGESHIRE FREEMASONS Magpas Air Ambulance brings crucial lifesaving care by land and air to patients in life-threatening emergencies in the East of England and beyond. They support the ambulance […]
  • Air ambulance crews get vital protective equipment thanks to £5,000 grant from Cambridgeshire Freemasons May 20, 2020
    Crew members at the East Anglian Air Ambulance will have life-saving face visors and other essential personal protective equipment (PPE) as they work with potential Covid-19 patients, thanks to a grant of £5,000 from Cambridgeshire Freemasons The donation will help to purchase a range of PPE such as; high-protection masks, protective suits, respirators, gloves and […]
  • Cambridgeshire Freemasons discover the impact of their donation to research into Multiple Sclerosis March 11, 2020
    Cambridgeshire Freemasons gathered in march masonic hall on friday 6th march 2020 for a fascinating talk describing the effects of multiple sclerosis and how research, funded in part by freemasons, is moving towards a potential cure Multiple sclerosis is a condition that affects your brain and spinal cord when the coating (myelin) that protects your […]
  • Local children with mental or emotional health problems will be helped thanks to grant from Cambridgeshire Freemasons December 11, 2019
    Hundreds of children with mental or emotional health issues will receive the therapy they need, thanks to a £15,000 grant from Cambridgeshire Freemasons to the charity Blue Smile Blue Smile works with children between 3 and 13 years old, who may experience difficulties such as anxiety, self-harm or obsessive-compulsive behaviours. They are given a weekly […]
  • Unique ceremony in Cambridgeshire as PGM William Dastur enters as Candidate for Initiation September 30, 2019
    80 members from Cambridgeshire and its neighbouring Provinces attended an Emergency Meeting of the Cambridgeshire Provincial Grand Stewards Lodge No. 9927 on 19th September for a unique event within the history of the Province – their Provincial Grand Master William Dastur was the Candidate for Initiation The acting officers for the ceremony at Freemasons’ Hall […]
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Provincial Grand Lodge of Cambridgeshire
Freemasons’ Hall
Bateman Street, Cambridge CB2 1NA
Tel: +44 (0)1223 471586 (answerphone)

https://www.pglcambs.org.uk/

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