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Our President and his Lady have decided that this year’s event should be in aid of
We have a similar format as out previous great nights, with:
- Reception Drinks
- 3 courses of sumptuous food
- 1/2 Bottle Wine per person
- Cabaret provided by a Frankie Valli and Elvis Tribute
- Disco the night away.
Tickets are £65 per person and we anticipate being oversubscribed this year, so unfortunately, places will only be reserved to deposits or full amounts taken on a first come first served basis. We will however, run a reserve list for those that are not successful first time around. A £15 deposit per person secures your booking with final payment required by 31st October 2018 without exception. Any booking not paid up in full by this time will go on re-sale to the reserve list.
On the 19th May, one of our members travelled to New York to run the New York Half Marathon in aid of J-A-C-K (Joining Against Cancer in Kids). His target was a mere £350 until he mentioned it to the members of the Lodge! The Lodge sponsored him £250 and then a further £225 was collected by individual members at the Festive Board at our March meeting.
A great result for J-A-C-K as a total of £605 was raised on their behalf!
After the success of last year’s golf day when W.Bro. Glen McDonald and the brethren raised £3,000.00 for charity, the Lodge held its second charity golf day. W.Bro. Glen McDonald was again at the helm for this event at The Burstead Golf Club, located on Tye Common Road, Little Burstead.
The day was always going to be a knock-out success. Trophies for 1st, 2nd, individual player, winning team, nearest the pin, and longest drive, were all donated by W.Bro. Joe Hood, prizes for the winners donated by W.Bro. Bill Bones and W.Bro. Glen McDonald. The day was finished off with dinner, a raffle and auction of signed football shirts from Pele, Maradona, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Lionel Messi. The day was well attended by members of the Lodge, guest masons and non masons alike.
With the support of all those that attended or sponsored the event, we are pleased to confirm that the Lodge managed to raise £11k for the Metropolitan Grand Lodge current London Air Ambulance appeal to raise £2m for a second air ambulance to serve the community of London. And here’s why we’re so keen to support such an amazing group of people…