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Freemasons present cheque to Bradbury Centre


By Alison Cameron

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Presenting the cheque to Lorraine Askew, the centre manager, is David Collings, recently appointed Provincial Grand Master of Sutherland accompanied by David Macdonald, his Provincial Grand Secretary.
Presenting the cheque to Lorraine Askew, the centre manager, is David Collings, recently appointed Provincial Grand Master of Sutherland accompanied by David Macdonald, his Provincial Grand Secretary.

Sutherland Freemasons presented a cheque for £4000 in support of the Bradbury Day Care Centre in Bonar Bridge yesterday.

The centre had to close its normal activities on March 18 but has continued with a skeleton staff and other volunteers.

They provide a support network for shielded and vulnerable people within their area which covers Bonar Bridge, Ardgay, Lairg, Tain, Edderton, Embo and Dornoch.

The centre is still closed to clients but staff and volunteers continue their support services in delivering discounted hot meals to those in need, collecting prescriptions, groceries and other essential items.

The Provincial Grand Lodge of Sutherland – and Lodge Loch Shin in Lairg particularly – have a history of supporting the excellent work of the Bradbury Centre over the years and it reflects the commitment of all Sutherland Freemasons to support charitable needs within their own local communities in these difficult times.


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