Norfolk Freemasons reveal all and donate to charity at Wroxham Masonic Centre
- Credit: RICHARD PRYOR
It is often shrouded in mystery but the inner workings of the 300-year-old Freemasons movement were revealed at a special one-off celebration.
More than 100 people visited the Wroxham Masonic Centre as the Freemasons opened its doors to non-members explaining its various roles.
As well as dispelling popular myths, the event included charity donations totalling £5,500.
These included Home Start; the James Paget University Hospital stroke unit; Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind; Priscilla Bacon Lodge; Mattishall Scouts; Allstars Community Complex; Cromer Community and Hospital Friends;
Hoveton Wherrymen Football Club; and the Norfolk Family Mediation Service.
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Wroxham Masonic Centre is the meeting place for 10 Freemasons groups, known as lodges.
Fred Bruce, Boileau Lodge member, said: 'We play our part in the local community.'
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