Waveney Ladies Fellowship

The Waveney Ladies Fellowship was formed in 2008 meeting at the Masonic Hall in Lowestoft where, once a month, Ladies could come together to enjoy company and a pleasant meal in warm and convivial surroundings.

The main object of the Fellowship is to promote friendship, support and companionship amongst Masonic Widows.

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Cornwallis Court

Cornwallis Court has been open since 1981 and provides a home for some 74 residents all of who are Freemasons, their wives, widows or female dependants who need the first class care and attention provided by the staff of the Home, including 23 residents in the nursing wing, plus Geoffrey Dicker House which provides further secure accommodation for up to 23 residents who need support for dementia.

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Welcome from The PGM Ian Yeldham to all Almoners

At the heart of Masonry lies our commitment to caring for our fellow creatures and Brethren. The Lodge Almoner has the task of leading on all aspects of Pastoral Care within his Lodge and demonstrating to the world the distinguishing characteristics of a Freemason’s heart.

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Welcome from The PGA Terry Lewis

“–but above all the Welfare of your fellow Creatures”

As Lodge Almoners our brief is the wellbeing of all the Brethren in our Lodges. But remember that we are all almoners and that we are charged at each and every Installation, in the address to the Brethren, “that we are the one to whom the burdened heart may pour forth its sorrow, to whom the distressed may prefer their suit.”

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Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF)

For Freemasons, for families, for everyone

The Masonic Charitable Foundation builds better lives by enabling opportunity, advancing healthcare and education and promoting independence for Freemasons, their families and the wider community.

Funded entirely through the generosity of Freemasons and their families, the Masonic Charitable Foundation is one of the largest grant-making charities in the country.

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Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution

My name is Judy Morrow and I am a member of the Advice and Support Team for The Masonic Charitable Foundation. I cover the geographical area which includes Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex and Northamptonshire.

I am available to talk to clients and their families and to Almoners themselves. I can also offer visits to clients which can be joint with the Almoner if the client is wishes this. I am also very happy to give talks about the service we offer or just to attend Almoners’ workshops and meetings and to talk to Ladies Clubs.

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