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Festival Focus February 2017

Welcome to 2nd edition of the Festival Focus, I am sure everyone is aware that the 2021 Festival was launched by the RW Provincial Grand Master Gordon Robertson at the Provincial Meeting.

Grand Union Relay 2017

The ‘Grand Union’ Relay Saturday 20th May 2017 In aid of the Bucks 2021 Festival

Pig Roast / Garden Party 18th June 2017

The Worshipful Masters of Wycombe, Penn & Tylers Green, Burke, Bourne End, Temple Manor, Hall Barn, St Lawrence Lodge, & Entente Cordiale Lodges invite you to a Pig Roast / Garden Party.

Teddy Bears Picnic 16th July 2017

On the 16th of July Cymbeline and Entente Cordial lodges are hosting a free event to celebrate the 300th anniversary of Freemasonary and the success of TLC.

Haddenham United Football Club

Founded in 1910, Haddenham United has a long and proud record in the local leagues around Aylesbury. Like most amateur football clubs, the team hold their training and practice sessions after work.

Buckingham Pre-School Playgroup

Founded in 1967, Buckingham Pre-School Playgroup (BPSP) is on Bourton Road in Buckingham. It takes in children between two and four years of age and guides them through the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) of their development.

Stony Stratford Senior Citizens Lunch

Stony Stratford Masonic Centre hosted a Christmas lunch for 70 senior citizens on Friday 16th December. Members of Roman Way Lodge, 9533, were there to serve a traditional Christmas lunch and ensure their guests had a memorable day.

Marlow Senior Citizens Lunch

The members of Marlow Masonic Centre hosted a Christmas lunch for 79 senior citizens on Thursday 15th December.

Beaconsfield Adult Carers Christmas Lunch

Bucks APGM Graham Dearing, welcomed the guests to the 10th annual Carers Christmas party. He was so pleased to see a full house and, in his usual cheery and fun-loving way, 'ordered' all those present to enjoy themselves.

Donations to Oxford Centre for Enablement and Deanshangar Cubs

In the spring of 2011 Michael Ratcliffe was hit on the head by a cricket ball travelling at very high speed - it was at a cricket net practice and the ball was hit through the net striking him on the left side of his head.