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October 2018

Charity Cheque presentations

made on Saturday 13th October 2018

The two cheques presented by the Lodge (with the support of PGL) were for £1500 each to the following recipients:

Alzheimer's Society

received by volunteer Dee Lehan-Matthews

Action for Pulmonary Fibrosis

received by Steve Jones

Chair of Trustees

 

 

September 2018

Leicestershire & Rutland Cyclists visit Ashby again

The Leicestershire & Rutland cyclists made a 150 mile cycle ride over two days on Saturday & Sunday 29th & 30th September visiting every Masonic hall in the Province raising money for Rainbows and the 2022 MCF Festival Appeal.

They were welcomed to Ashby by the WM of Ferrers & Ivanhoe Lodge No.779, W Bro Terry Hueck and several other members of the Lodge.

 

 

Christmas 2017

On Saturday 16th December 2017, the two Craft Lodges based in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Ferrers & Ivanhoe No.779 and Hastings Lodge No.8695 , hosted a highly successful Family Christmas Party for Freemasons and their family and friends, at the Manor House School just around the corner from the Masonic Hall.

W. Bro. Terry Hueck, Master of Ferrers and Ivanhoe Lodge, and W. Bro. Anthony Hall, Master of Hastings Lodge, formed a small group of willing volunteers to organise the event. The party was attended by over 60 adults and 30 children, varying in age from 4 weeks to 16 years. The action-packed programme included carol singing for both adults and children, a huge buffet which was contributed by the attendees, a pay bar, solo singers, story-tellers and a ‘surprise' act with W. Bro. Mervyn Wass playing the ukulele supported by W. Bro. Phil Vincent playing the guitar.

Father Christmas also arrived, sitting and entertaining the children with stories and songs for almost 30 minutes before being presented with a cheque by the two Masters for £250 to be donated to Rainbows Children's Hospice in Loughborough. The evening concluded with a highly successful raffle to win one of four superb prizes, including two Christmas hampers where a further £300 was raised being split equally between the two Lodges, to be used for the benefit of other local charities.