Since it became a community library in December 2012, Wendover’s community library has relied heavily on funding from the general public and other generous donations from local organisations to enhance the facilities and to create a real community hub. It became a registered charity in 2014.
The Calibre Audio Library, which is based in Aylesbury, has been awarded a £30,000 grant by the Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF). The library provides a subscription-free postal and internet service of audio books to people with sight problems, or other disabilities which prevent them reading print.
On 25th October, the Paediatric Accident and Emergency department of Milton Keynes Hospital received its regular consignment of 144 Teddy Bears.
Patients at Milton Keynes University Hospital are benefitting from the transformation of one of the hospital’s busiest courtyards thanks to the Buckinghamshire Freemasons.
Mark Duncan, who was Master of the Ferdinand De Rothschild Lodge, No 2420, for two years nominated The “Little Princess Trust” (LPT) as his chosen Charity.
W.Bro Andy Cross, IPM of St Barnabas Lodge, 948, visited the offices of Dementia UK this week to hand over a cheque for more than £1,500 as part of the funds raised during his year as Master of the Lodge.
Bletchley Freemasons recently opened the doors of their Masonic Centre and gave local residents the opportunity to chat with members and their wives and to find out more about the charitable work that is done by Bucks Freemasons for the local community.