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Taplow and St Barnabas Lodges host a Xmas lunch for Linslade senior citizens

The Deputy Mayor of Leighton-Linslade, Syed Rahman, recently attended a Christmas Luncheon at Stanbridge Rugby Club.

BMCF helps Forest Bridge School

Forest Bridge School, in Maidenhead, recently put in an application to the Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund (BMCF) for the funding to buy a heavy duty outdoor table-tennis table.

BMCF Aids the Queens Park Arts Centre

The Queens Park Arts Centre in Aylesbury has been undergoing a bit of a facelift in recent months as part of its Limelight Theatre Refurbishment Project.

Beaconsfield youngsters visit Didcot Railway Centre

As part of their longstanding Freemasonry in the Community initiative, the Beaconsfield Masonic Committee recently took members of The Engine Shed on a fun day out to the Didcot Railway Centre.

Engine Shed visit Holmer Green Model Railway

On 16th July, 30 children between the ages of 6 and 15, along with their parents or carers were treated to a day out at the Holmer Green Model Railway.

Young Carers Clay Pigeon Shoot 2016

After an extremely successful gymnastics party in April, on 2nd June the Beaconsfield Freemasonry in the Community Committee invited a group of young carers between the ages of 10 and 13 to Road Farm, Great Missenden to try their hand at Clay Pigeon Shooting under the watchful eye of Roger Hance, Roger number 2 and Clive.

Beaconsfield Young Carers at the Gym

Over the last few years Beaconsfield Freemasons have been holding a series of events for local carers, both young and old.

The Beanstalk of Bourne End

The Lane End Players recently hosted a group of 50 young carers from the High Wycombe area during their performance of the pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk.

Grenville Lodge - Widows Lunch

The annual Grenville Lodge No. 1787 Widows lunch took place as usual at the fabulous Villiers Hotel in Buckingham

Stony Stratford Senior Citizens Lunch

Stony Stratford Masonic Centre hosted a Christmas lunch for 68 senior citizens on 10th December.

Young Carers Christmas Lunch Beaconsfield

Following the extremely successful and most enjoyable Christmas lunch for adult carers in their local area, the Beaconsfield branch of Freemasonry in the Community held a Christmas party for 49 young carers between the ages of 6 and 11 at the Beaconsfield Masonic Centre on 6th December.

Beaconsfield Adult Carers Christmas Party

Members of the Beaconsfield Freemasons Centre recently held a Christmas lunch for 60 family carers belonging to CarersBucks, who provide support and care on a regular basis to a relative or friend who, due to frailty, illness or disability, could not manage on their own.