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

Bletchley & Fenny War Memorial Restoration

Bletchley and Fenny Stratford Town Council has recently taken on responsibility for maintenance of the War Memorial in Queensway

Concert at Roman Way Lodge in Stony Stratford

The Masonic Hall in Stony Stratford was packed to capacity recently when Peter Donegan performed a stunning concert including many of the hits of his own and late father, Lonnie.

Bucks MTSFC Day Out at Cubblington

For their second event of 2018, the Bucks MSTFC team saw some new records made!

A visit to Lindengate Fair

Andrew Hough, Buckinghamshire MCF representative and Mike Clanfield, Provincial Grand Charity Steward, are pictured with members of the Lindengate charity during their visit to the Lindengate fair recently, after the MCF awarded the charity £4000.

Lift for Lifelites

Simone Enefer-Doy, chief executive of the Lifelites charity completed a 14-day challenge covering 47 famous landmarks and 2,500.

Bourne End 7943 Spring Pruning at Marlow Bridge Garden

Over three weekends in late March and April, members of Bourne End lodge 7943 have worked trimming the Freemasonry in the Community garden.

Donation by the BMCF (Buckinghamshire Masonic Fund) to the Aylesbury Youth Motor Project

The BMCF (Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund) donated £952 for the cost of 8 x MCAFEE Office and Home Student & Live space Premium Bundles. 

Local people with MS helped by Bucks Freemasons

People living with multiple sclerosis (MS) in Buckinghamshire will benefit from a grant of £30,000, which will provide over 850 hours of physiotherapy to members of the Chilterns MS Centre.  

BMCF Grant to Poplar Grove Surgery

Provincial Grand Charity Steward Mike Clanfield is pictured enjoying a visit to Popular Grove Surgery to see work completed at their drop-in centre as a result of a recent award at the cheque presentation evening.

All aboard the Chinnor Railway

On 15thApril a visit to the Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway Line for a group of 30 children on the autistic spectrum between the ages of 6 and 15 with their parents and carers.

Easter Eggs for Bucks Children

24 Young Carers aged 6-10 years old visited Odds Farm, Burnham, Bucks, for an Easter treat.

New Vehicles for Community First Responders

The Lodges meeting at Eliot Hall in Winslow have teamed up with the BMCF to provide a small fleet of 4 x 4 vehicles to serve all areas of rural Buckinghamshire.