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Providing support for essential services for in Cornwall
A recent charity event held by the Province of Cornwall was attended by more than 100 people from 40 local charities – as well as many friends and volunteers – who received donations totalling more than £56,000
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To have this amount of money donated to us is fantastic. It is an iconic day in the Blood Bikers history. We have been overwhelmed by the public response and want to thank the Freemasons across all of Cornwall for their support. It would take nearly two years and a lot of hard work to raise that amount of cash. We have already ordered a brand new BMW that is due to arrive in April next year. We are also buying two second hand bikes to replace two in the fleet that have clocked up 140,000 miles each.
Welcome to our website representing Freemasonry in Cornwall, which is a site open to the public, as well as to our members. We hope that you will find it both informative and interesting, particularly if you want to find out more about Freemasonry. For our members there is a whole range of useful information and in particular the lodge diary, which will keep them informed as to what is happening throughout the Province of Cornwall.
If you are not familiar with Freemasonry, then please take the time to look at the various aspects of our organisation and especially our support of many local and national charities, both masonic and non-masonic. We hope that the openness of this site will help to demonstrate that we are keen to show how much information is freely available about the order and the good work that we do in our communities.
For those who may be interested in joining us, there is information about our aims and objectives, points of contact and the latest video produced by United Grand Lodge, “Learn More About What It Means To Be A Freemason”. Freemasonry has existed in Cornwall since 1751, but it is still very relevant to our modern society and continues to attract individuals from all walks of life who wish to join an organisation which gives them a sense of purpose. It is based on sound moral values and offers the opportunity of self-development, the chance to help others and a variety of social functions involving family and friends. There are 80 Lodges in Cornwall meeting in 37 different locations across the county on different dates throughout the year. Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.
The Masonic charities support families during difficult periods by reducing the impact of financial hardship and ensuring children can reach their potential.
Watch the short video to hear how we supported the children of the Marchington family after the loss of their father, Tony.
The Masonic Charitable Foundation will continue to provide the same support to families such as the Marchingtons when it launches in April this year.