The Site For Freemasonry in Buckinghamshire supporting the BMCF charity no: 1007193

Heart of Bucks and Bucks Masonic Fund Donate £4,830 to Black Park Shed

Heart of Bucks, the Community Foundation for Buckinghamshire, has just been able to award a grant for £4,830 to Black Park Shed thanks to a donation of £3799 from the Bucks Masonic Fund.

What’s cooking at Butterfly House?

Nigel Quince, Charity Steward of Wraysbury Lodge was impressed when a friend told him of the excellent treatment, he had received at Butterfly House Community Hospice in High Wycombe.

Thames Valley Air Ambulance Flying High with Buckinghamshire Freemasons

A grant of £4,000 to the Thames Valley Air Ambulance from Buckinghamshire Freemasons has brought the total Masonic support given to air ambulances across the country to £2.3 million since 2007.

Three Peaks Challenge Raises £14,000 for Province of Buckinghamshire Festival 2021

Twelve members of Manor of Swanburn Lodge, plus family members, climbed all three peaks and six extra came along for Snowdon on the last day in gale force winds and torrential rain! 

Indonesia earthquake victims receive £70,000 from Freemasons

Thousands of people who have had their lives devastated by the deadly earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia will be given urgently needed shelter and clean water, thanks to a grant from the Freemasons.

Bowls Association Gives £1,000 at Annual Luncheon to 2021 Festival

Bucks Masonic Bowls Association members and guests gathered together to celebrate the 2017/18 outdoor and indoor seasons at Chesham Bowls Club. Our guests of honour were W.Bro. Tony Robinson, Assistant PGM and his wife Jean.

Bucks Masonic Charity Clay 2nd Summer 2018 Shoot

The Bucks Masonic Clay Pigeon Shooting Association held it’s second Summer shoot of 2018 at Common Leys shooting ground at Waterperry Common, Oxfordshire in early September.

Kerala flood victims receive £20,000 from Freemasons in England and Wales

Thousands of people whose lives have been devastated by flooding in the Indian state of Kerala will be given urgently needed humanitarian assistance, thanks to a grant from the Masonic community.