Philip Broadfoot Lodge in King’s Lynn celebrates 70th anniversary with charitable donations

Former West Norfolk mayor David Whitby presented with a cheque for £310 for The Lavender Hill Mob by

Former West Norfolk mayor David Whitby presented with a cheque for £310 for The Lavender Hill Mob by lodge member Ian Southerland. Photo: Mike Barton - Credit: Mike Barton

A masonic lodge celebrated it's 70th anniversary with the donation of over £3,000 to charities.

Air ambulance representative Keith Piggott with lodge member John May and Carole May presenting a ch

Air ambulance representative Keith Piggott with lodge member John May and Carole May presenting a cheque for �500. Photo: Mike Barton - Credit: Mike Barton

The Philip Broadfoot Lodge, which meets at the Masonic Centre in Hamburg Way, King's Lynn, presented a number of cheques at their celebratory dinner on Wednesday, May 7.

Amelia Hale with grandmother Jean Hale presented with a cheque of £1,000 for Little Discoverers, wit

Amelia Hale with grandmother Jean Hale presented with a cheque of £1,000 for Little Discoverers, with lodge members Ian Sutherland and John May. Photo: Mike Barton - Credit: Mike Barton

The toast to lodge members was given by the deputy provincial grand master, Charles Hall.

It was attended by over 100 people including former West Norfolk mayor and mayoress David and Linda Whitby, who were given £310 for their selected charity The Lavender Hill Mob Theatre Company.

Other charities to receive donations included the True's Yard Fisherfolk Museum, Parkinson's Support Group, the East Anglian Air Ambulance, Great Ormond Street Hospital, The Benjamin Foundation and Early Discoverers. In total £3,120.00 was given to charities, mainly local to King's Lynn and West Norfolk,


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