Category: Charity

Charity Horse Racing 2018

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Hants & IoW Masons raise over £7.7m for charity

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Charity Cheque Giving

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Our Charity Work

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Charity Horse Racing 2015

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Charitable Donation Becomes a Pirate Ship!

Gosport Lodge recently presented a cheque for £2,250 to St John’s CoE (Aided) Primary School. (See the original article here Link) We were absolutely delighted to receive the following letter and photographs from the Headtecher, Joy Squibb. As you can read, the money has been used to purchase a set of wooden blocks for use in …

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Gosport Masons Show Support for Nepal

Gosport Masons have been collecting clothes, furniture and other saleable items over the last two weeks in support of the Nepal Disaster Appeal. Today Ray Bezani, Gosport Lodge and the Solent Area Charity Steward, took a van full of such items to the British Red Cross drop off shop in Southsea. The Gosport Masons had originally …

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Photos from Cheque Giving Event

W. Bro. Ray Bezani and Councillor Keith Gill, Mayor of Gosport presenting a cheque for £2,250 to St John’s CoE (Aided) Primary School W. Bro. John Hill and the Mayor of Gosport presenting a cheque for £250 to Macmillan Cancer Care W. Bro. Peter Chase and the Mayor of Gosport presenting a cheque for £250 …

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Over £15,000 presented to local charities

On Friday 8th May, all of the Masonic Lodges in Gosport and four Lodges from Fareham joined forces to present cheques to a number of local charities in the presence of the Mayors of Gosport and Fareham. The combined value of these cheques totalled £15,030 Gosport Lodge in particular presented cheques totalling £3,000 to Gosport Food …

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Auction Raises £2,350 for RMTGB

Julie Edwards (front left) making the final preparations   Wonderful news from our auction on Sunday afternoon…. Firstly we had over 450 lots to auction – some donated 100% and some contributing the commission i.e. 20% of sale price. Secondly we had over 200 people through the door and Peter Chase and his wife collected …

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