West Kent Provincial Press Releases 

Raising Funds for charities supported by Prince Philip

To honour Prince Philip, who passed away last week, the Freemasons have launched a campaign inviting their 200,000 members to raise funds for charities that the Prince dedicated his life to. His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh was himself a Freemason, having been...

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West Kent Helps Mission Care, Chislehurst

Mission Care is a charity, which has provided care for vulnerable adults since 1904, their main area of work is providing person-centred care in their homes in Bromley and London. This work also extends into the community via their dementia-friendly cafe in the heart...

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West Kent Helps Local Carers Support Bexley

Carers Support Bexley is a registered charity, whose purpose is to provide information, support and breaks for carers. Their aim is to be flexible and helpful, rather than expect carers to fit in with them. Bruce Manning of West Kent Volunteer Chapter2041 made an...

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PRINCE PHILIP: A TRUE ENGLISH GENTLEMAN

The Freemasons are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Prince Philip this morning and we extend our sincere condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family. His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh started his life in Freemasonry in 1952, at the age of...

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FREEMASONS TAKE LEAD ROLE IN NHS FRONTLINE WORKERS’ DAY

The inaugural celebration of NHS, Social Care and Frontline Workers’ Day is set to take place on 5 July 2021, with Freemasons leading the event. The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE), the governing body for Freemasons, is inviting its 200,000 members to fly...

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Letter Received from Bexley Voice

Bexley Voice are a Parent Carer Forum. They support parents and carers of a child or young person under 25 with a disability or special need living in Bexley. They also give those parents/carers a 'voice'. Working together to make a difference. Peter Brooker, West...

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Relaxation of Restrictions for Masonic Meetings

The new law for England (but not Wales) sets out four Steps for the relaxation of restrictions. Once the law permits Masonic meetings again, they may take place but nobody should attend until he feels comfortable doing so. •    Step 1 – from March 29th  No Masonic...

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