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Stamford Freemasons lend their support to charities




Worshipful master David Stimson, of the Freemason The Lodge of Merit No 466, presents mayor of Stamford Sue Sandall with a cheque for �3,000. EMN-150519-114657001
Worshipful master David Stimson, of the Freemason The Lodge of Merit No 466, presents mayor of Stamford Sue Sandall with a cheque for �3,000. EMN-150519-114657001

The Lodge of Merit No 466 based in the Masonic Centre in Stamford has marked its 175th year by allocating funds to various charities.

Sue Sandall, the mayor of Stamford, received £3,000 for her chosen charities, while a further £1,000 was divided equally between for Teddies for Loving Care, which provides a teddy bear for children going into hospital for treatment, Friends of Devonshire Court a home for the elderly and infirmed, The Provincial Masonic Funds and The Masonic Centre. A further £500 was presented to Sunflowers, a self-supporting group of volunteers and £345 went to The Stroke Association.



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