Stephen Blank Donates £50,000 to Scouting in Cheshire on Behalf of Cheshire Masons

On Thursday 30th March RWBro Stephen Blank the Provincial Grand Master for the Province of Cheshire presented a cheque for a magnificent amount of £50,000 to Graham Phillips, County Commissioner of Cheshire Scouts.

The presentation took place at the scouts camp in Tatton Park where numerous scouting activities take place.

This donation will be split. £30,000 is going to the upgrading of Forest Camp Activity Centre near Sandiway and the remaining £20,000 to the Central Cheshire Scout Movement for the benefit of Scouts in Cheshire.

The Forest Camp activity Centre in Sandiway, was originally setup and administrated for Cheshire Scouts. Now it is available as a general educational venue for the use by of children in Cheshire.

Before the donation Graham outlined the activates available in Tatton Park like Tree Climbing, Climbing Wall, Zip Wire, Kayaking and many more fun activities.

Left to Right:- Peter Mather Chairman of Cheshire Scouts, Stephen Blank the Provincial Grand Master and Graham Phillips, County Commissioner of Cheshire Scouts.

Stephen Blank donated the cheque to Graham Phillips after praising the good work all the scout volenters do and the valuable contributions to the young people in Cheshire.

There was a short tour of part of the camp and a photo opportunity between the two distinguished groups of people.

Graham was spotted having a friendly discussion with Stephen Blank, Adrian Davies and George Mann.

Left to Right:- WBro Adrian Davies, RWBro Stephen Blank, PGM, Graham Phillips, County Commissioner of Cheshire Scouts and WBro George Mann, APGM.