Guildford Cathedral Abseil team raise over £25,000
On Saturday 6th May 2017 a group of about 40 Brethren and Festival supporters, headed by our Provincial Grand Master R.W.Bro Ian Chandler, threw themselves off the top of Guildford Cathedral and abseiled safely to the bottom. All in aid of the Surrey 2019 Festival. Many thanks to all, so far the abseil has raised in excess of £25,000 and it’s still coming in.
Many thanks to Terry Owens and his team for organising this event.
Provincial Skydiving team raise over £14,000
On Saturday 16th July 2016 a troop of our intrepid Brethren, headed by our Provincial Grand Master R.W.Bro Ian Chandler, threw themselves out of a plane in a series of tandem sky dives all in aid of the Surrey 2019 Festival. Along with them were a group of wives and daughters who were also happy to hurl themselves out as well. Those taking part with the PGM were Lucy Bryce, Steve Butwell, Paul Crockett and his daughter Meg, Georgina Cook, Beverley Field, Carol Magee, Harriot Norman, David Olliver, Terry Owens and his daughter Zoe, Brian Cox, Linda Ribbands, Phil Warnes and Angela Parsons. Many thanks to all, so far the dive has raised in excess of £14,000 and it’s still coming in.
On Saturday the 26th August 2017 there will be a Masonic Miscellany Fair held at Croydon Masonic Centre. Doors open between 10am and 4pm.
This is a great opportunity for you to show, swap or sell items from your own collections. Share your treasures with others.
All proceeds will be going to the Surrey 2019 Festival.
If you would like to attend just come along on the day. If you would like to take part then please contact Mike Kindler email@example.com
Do you fancy a BBQ by the Sea with a Private Beach
On the 19th August Tim and Maggie Hyde and Kingston Aero Lodge are hosting a BBQ at their home in Rustington, West Sussex. For details click on the poster to the left.
THEY’VE BEEN VISITED BY PUSH BIKE – NOW THEY WILL BE WALKED TO ON FOOT
Between Friday 16th June and Friday 23rd June W.Bro Steve Guzy is walking between the 11 Masonic Centres in Surrey in support of the Surrey 2019 Festival.
A total of 168 km equivalent to 8 half marathons in 8 consecutive days.
Day 1 – Start at Cranleigh, walk to Godalming, then on to Guildford.
Day 2 – Start at Guildford and walk to Farnham
Day 3 – Start Farnham and walk to Bisley
Day 4 – Start at Bisley and walk to Camberley
Day 5 – Start at Camberley and walk to Chertsey
Day 6 – Start at Chertsey and walk to Surbiton
Day 7 – Start at Surbiton, walk to Sutton, then on to Croydon
Day 8 – Start at Croydon and walk to Nutfield.
To support Steve feel free to contact him direct by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or donate to his cause by clicking the everydayhero button below.
Underwater Cycling!!!! What Next?
Some might say they are a little nuts but W.Bro Richard Criddle and a number of Brethren from King’s College School Lodge No.4257 will be donning scuba equipment and each attempting to cycle a mile underwater in an effort to raise £5,000 for the RMBI. This will take place at the London School of Diving on 3 September 2017.
The Real Ale Train
Morden Park lodge are hosting a fundraising event on the 22nd July 2017 on the Real Ale Train running on the Watercress Line in Alton. For further information and details of how to book your place please click the link below.
Morden Park Lodge Charity Golf Challenge
Morden Park lodge are hosting a Charity Golf Challenge on the 7th April 2017 at Coombe Wood Golf Club in Kingston. For further information and details of how to book your place please click this link.
W.Bro David Eager awarded the League of Mercy Medal
Mr David Eager of The Surrey Masonic Sports Association, has been awarded the Order of Mercy, a prestigious medal, for his voluntary service over many years to charities and non profit organisations in the United Kingdom and overseas. The awards ceremony took place at The Mansion House, in the City of London today, in the presence of HRH Princess Katerina of Yugoslavia, the Lord Mayor of London and many other distinguished guests. The Rt Hon the Lord Lingfield, President of the League of Mercy said Mr Eager has done extraordinary work for the welfare of others and those most in need. He is a marvellous example of someone
PRU 100 mile Olympic Cycle Ride
On the 31st July 2016 W.Bro Paul Palombo will be cycling the Prudential 100 mile Olympic cycle route in aid of the Surrey 2019 Festival. Last year Paul covered almost 300 miles cycling from London to Paris and raised £320 for the Festival. Paul is again looking for sponsorship for this great challenge. If you would like to sponsor Paul please click on the Everyday Hero icon below.