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

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.

'Engine Shed' group visits Chinnor Railway

On 20 September a visit for approximately 25 children between the ages of 6 and 15 with their parents to the Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway Line was arranged by the Beaconsfield Freemasonry in the Community Committee.

Clay Pigeon shooting for the Young Carers

On 24th August Beaconsfield Freemasons once again gave a group of young carers experience of Clay Pigeon Shooting.

Yurt Project

Two high dependency beds donated by Buckinghamshire Freemasons are part of the Action4Youth’s new Yurt Village at Caldecotte Xperience,

Carers Outing to Odds Farm Park

Beaconsfield committee for Freemasonry in the Community treated 20 Young Carers to an outing

Young Carers let off steam

On 7th December 2014 the Beaconsfield branch of Freemasonry in the Community held a Christmas party at the Beaconsfield Masonic Centre for 40 young carers between the ages of 6 to 11 from the charity CarersBucks in High Wycombe.

Engine Shed

Following the success of last year’s day out at the Holmer Green model railway club The Beaconsfield Committee for Freemasonry in the Community set about organising another day for the Engine Shed.

Freemasons Pay Tribute to Community War Dead

Members of Stokenchurch Lodge recently paid tribute to our war dead by cleaning up military graves in the South Bucks village of Stokenchurch. 

Slough Community Heroes

Members of Herschel and Observatory Lodges paid a special tribute to Slough’s community heroes.

Masons Help Give Jason His Voice

Jason is 11 years old has Cerebral Palsy and his whole world is centred around his wheelchair.

Caring for the Community

Many people are aware of the charitable aspect of Freemasonry. However, they often percieve it as either being solely “in house” – caring for our own – or donations made through The Grand Charity to large national concerns.