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George Roberts, the Master of Ayton Lodge 9595 and his wife Lil, held a Summer Social at Middlesbrough’s Brasscastle Golf Club. At this sell-out evening, the members of many Freemasons lodges and their guests well fed and entertained. And more importantly, the evening also raised £700 for good causes in the community. Cancer Research UK, specifically for Professor Steven Clifford work, investigating ways to improve the treatment of medulloblastoma in children, by tailoring treatment to different patients received £350. Another £350 was also donated to a charity raising funds to provide a sensory environment in the “Jackson Club” for children to help them cope with stress at school.
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George Roberts, The Master of Ayton Lodge, and his wife Lil, presenting the a cheque for £350 to Janette Leafe, the Fund Raising Manager for Cancer Research UK.
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George Roberts, the Master of Ayton Lodge 9595 and his wife Lil, held a Summer Social at Middlesbrough’s Brasscastle Golf Club. At this sell-out evening, the members of many Freemasons lodges and their guests well fed and entertained. And more importantly, the evening also raised £700 for good causes in the community.  Cancer Research UK, specifically for Professor Steven Clifford work, investigating ways to improve the treatment of medulloblastoma in children, by tailoring treatment to different patients received £350. Another £350 was also donated to a charity raising funds to provide a sensory environment in the “Jackson Club” for children to help them cope with stress at school. 
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George Roberts, The Master of Ayton Lodge, and his wife Lil, presenting the a cheque for £350 to Janette Leafe, the Fund Raising Manager  for Cancer  Research UK.

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Well done you guys❤

Brilliant. Well done you two x

Thank you to the Freemasons Provincial Grand Lodge Of Yorkshire North & East Ridings for their annual £4000 grant presented to us recently by Jeff Gillyon, Provincial Grand Master. The Freemasons’ regular support of our work is very much appreciated by everyone here at the YAA! ... See MoreSee Less

Yorkshire Freemasons give £20,000 to UNICEF to help victims of Bahamas hurricane

Thousands of people across the Bahamas, whose lives have been devastated by Hurricane Dorian will receive much-needed help, thanks to a grant from the Freemasons of Yorkshire North and East Ridings, to UNICEF.
The grant will go towards providing important life-saving supplies, including water, sanitation and hygiene equipment, water purification tablets, water tanks and containers.

An estimated 68,000 people - including over 18,000 children and adolescents - have been affected by Hurricane Dorian. Many need urgent humanitarian assistance, including access to safe water and sanitation. Tragically, the death toll has reached 50, but the number of casualties and lives lost could be significantly higher as search and rescue operations continue.
UNICEF and partners are bringing relief for children and families impacted by the storm, especially the most vulnerable. Lifesaving supplies and services are being provided, including access to safe drinking water and sanitation, nutrition, psychosocial support and non-formal education activities. UNICEF is currently supporting the delivery of fresh water to 15,000 survivors.
The Category-5 Hurricane Dorian hit Abaco and Grand Bahama islands at the start of September, leaving behind a path of destruction unprecedented in the Caribbean country. In and around Marsh Harbour, schools and hospitals have been flattened; houses and roads have collapsed; and cars and boats were left hanging in trees. Widespread flooding has compromised water and sanitation systems in Abaco and areas of Grand Bahama, and the lack of safe water and adequate sanitation puts children and families at risk of contracting waterborne diseases.
The grant from Yorkshire North and East Freemasons comes through the Masonic Charitable Foundation is supported by Freemasons, their families and friends, from across England and Wales.
Claire Fox, Chief Operating Officer of UNICEF UK, said:
“We’re very grateful to the Freemasons for supporting our disaster response in the Bahamas. This generous grant will enable UNICEF to provide thousands of children and families with the life-saving assistance and supplies they need.”
Jeff Gillyon from Yorkshire North and East Freemasons, said:
“Hurricane Dorian has devastated the lives of tens of thousands of people right across the Bahamas. I’m very pleased that the Freemasons were able to move so quickly and provide funds for UNICEF’s vital work at the heart of the disaster zone.”
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Yorkshire Freemasons give £20,000 to UNICEF to help victims of Bahamas hurricane

Thousands of people across the Bahamas, whose lives have been devastated by Hurricane Dorian will receive much-needed help, thanks to a grant from the Freemasons of Yorkshire North and East Ridings, to UNICEF.
The grant will go towards providing important life-saving supplies, including water, sanitation and hygiene equipment, water purification tablets, water tanks and containers. 

An estimated 68,000 people - including over 18,000 children and adolescents - have been affected by Hurricane Dorian. Many need urgent humanitarian assistance, including access to safe water and sanitation. Tragically, the death toll has reached 50, but the number of casualties and lives lost could be significantly higher as search and rescue operations continue.  
UNICEF and partners are bringing relief for children and families impacted by the storm, especially the most vulnerable. Lifesaving supplies and services are being provided, including access to safe drinking water and sanitation, nutrition, psychosocial support and non-formal education activities. UNICEF is currently supporting the delivery of fresh water to 15,000 survivors.
The Category-5 Hurricane Dorian hit Abaco and Grand Bahama islands at the start of September, leaving behind a path of destruction unprecedented in the Caribbean country. In and around Marsh Harbour, schools and hospitals have been flattened; houses and roads have collapsed; and cars and boats were left hanging in trees. Widespread flooding has compromised water and sanitation systems in Abaco and areas of Grand Bahama, and the lack of safe water and adequate sanitation puts children and families at risk of contracting waterborne diseases.
The grant from Yorkshire North and East Freemasons comes through the Masonic Charitable Foundation is supported by Freemasons, their families and friends, from across England and Wales.
Claire Fox, Chief Operating Officer of UNICEF UK, said:
“We’re very grateful to the Freemasons for supporting our disaster response in the Bahamas. This generous grant will enable UNICEF to provide thousands of children and families with the life-saving assistance and supplies they need.” 
Jeff Gillyon from Yorkshire North and East Freemasons, said:
“Hurricane Dorian has devastated the lives of tens of thousands of people right across the Bahamas.  I’m very pleased that the Freemasons were able to move so quickly and provide funds for UNICEF’s vital work at the heart of the disaster zone.”
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Thanks to Dave Gargett (Master) his Lady Denise and Andy Hill (Charity Steward) @Zetlandlodge561 Ladies Night. Such a special evening with £1,280 raised for @Aukestra1
plus £550 raised for @TLC_Yorkshire @pgl_york ..@WorvellMichelle @Masonic_Charity @UGLE_GrandLodge #freemasons

With many visitors to Pickering's annual War Weekend the Masonic building converted their dining room into a themed 'pop up' restaurant to supply refreshments to visitors. With restaurant packed throughout Sat. Many visitors were dressed in period costumes and military uniforms.

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George Roberts, Master of Ayton Lodge @pgl_york and his wife Lil, held a Social at Brasscastle Golf Club. and raised £700 for good causes, Cancer Research UK received £350. The Jackson Club received £350 to provide a sensory environment helping children cope with stress at school

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Thank you to the Freemasons Provincial Grand Lodge of Yorkshire North & East Ridings for their £4000 grant presented to us recently by Jeff Gillyon, Provincial Grand Master.
The support from the Freemasons' is very much appreciated by everyone at YAA.
#SavingLivesAcrossYorkshire

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