Sandbach Pantry

The Sandbach Pantry was set up in October 2022 in response to the cost of living crisis  The Pantry provides a hub where people can access discounted food whilst also finding a warm space, free refreshments and an opportunity to chat with other people and volunteers, and also be signposted to other services when needed

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SunDowns Charity

Area 2 Freemasons, working closely with our colleagues in the Cheshire Freemasons Charity were able to nominate and support SunDowns, a charity centred around supporting families with children who have Down Syndrome, for a support grant from our annual allocation Kim was able to join us for a chat in the office recently, and explained

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Adam Jones is new to Freemasonry and is due to be raised next month, but he is certainly already making an impact for his Lodge. When Adam’s nephew had recently visited hospital with a broken collar bone, he was given a bear during his visit to help cope with the stressful time. TLC Cheshire’s representative,

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Open Door Charity

Wirral charity continue supporting vulnerable young people with help from Cheshire Freemasons. Vulnerable young people will continue to receive free, fast and effective support from Open Door with help from a grant from Cheshire Freemasons. The grant will support Open Door in providing physical and creative sessions, on top of bespoke one to one mental

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Clay Pigeon Shoot

On Saturday, the Master Masons forum held a clay pigeon shoot at cloud side shooting grounds near Macclesfield. It was an absolutely fantastic event with stunning weather and encompassed members and people who are nonmembers. It was was an event which shows the social side of masonry where we all make new friends and try

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HIP in Cheshire

Head Injured people in Cheshire HiP in Cheshire is a registered charity at 1162365 and they provide information, local social activities, learning courses and mutual support to people with acquired brain injuries, their families and their friends and carers. The charities aim is to reduce the isolation and loneliness of anyone living in Cheshire with

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