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Having a Ball!

A group of children from the Milton Keynes area had an enjoyable time recently while taking part in tennis coaching sessions helped by a grant from the BMCF (Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund) which provided £140 for two buckets of tennis balls.

Solving the Puzzle

The Puzzle Centre in Middle Claydon were delighted when their application to the BMCF for £4000 was approved recently.

Memorial Golf Day for Medical Detection Dogs

The amazing amount of £1904 was raised recently when Grand Union Lodge held a Memorial Golf Day in memory of the late Colin Cruse, a Past Master of the Lodge.

Milton Keynes Hospital Tea Party

APGM Tony Robinson joins with Bletchley Freemasons to serve tea to the hospital staff at the Milton Keynes Hospital Tea party.

Silence is golden in Padbury

Padbury Village Hall recently received a grant of £3480 from the BMCF (Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund) which enabled the installation of new secondary double glazing to the Victorian building.

And I would walk 500 miles ... for charity

Since the 1st July 2019, Dave Harfield has walked over 500 miles, taking more than a million steps in order to raise £875 (and counting) for Diabetes UK as part of their One million step summer challenge

BMCF supports Head2Head Theatre

The BMCF (Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund) recently supported Head2Head Theatre Charity with a grant of £500 to allow them to put on a performance of ‘Toad on the Road’ in Aylesbury.

Paddle challenge just keeps on giving

If putting the PGM and APGM though 26 miles of pure hell did not give us enough or the fact that over £7000 has been now been raised, we have donated the two double kayaks that were used for the challenge to the Jubilee River Riverside Centre to help people with disabilities get on the water.

Wraysbury Lodge Brave the Heat

Wraysbury Lodge No 8689 held a Charity Golf Day at Lambourne Golf Club on the 25th of July 2019, and turned out to be the second hottest day in the UK recorded history.

Cut out to be Olympic Winners!

Manor of Swanburn Lodge proved to be Olympic winners recently by raising £750 for Ward 5 (Children’s ward) at Milton Keynes University Hospital.

Learning goes on at a PACE

The Pace Centre recently received a grant from The Buckinghamshire Masonic Centenary Fund for £3980 enabling it to buy materials to construct a set of bespoke PODD books for ten of its students.

Thames Hospice Receives £60,000 from Freemasons

Thames Hospice, situated on Hatch Lane in Windsor, has received donations totalling £60,000 from the Provincial Grand Lodges of Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and the MCF. The contributions of Freemasons from the two counties have enabled the collaboration which has resulted in this significant sum being donated for the benefit of the community.