York Freemasons raise £720 for blind society

York Freemasons raise £720 for blind society

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YORK’S Freemasons dug deep into their pockets this week for the York Blind & Partially Sighted Society.

The worshipful master of the York lodge, Michael McCloud, and the director of ceremonies, Michael Jeffery, from the Masonic Hall in Duncombe Place, made a presentation of £720 on Thursday(April 5).

Mr McCloud said: “Masonry today is a great organisation that supports many charities all over the UK, including St Leonard’s Hospice, the air ambulance and Snappy [which works with children and young people with a range of disabilities in York].”

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2018-05-09T12:10:38+00:00