Hunstanton Masons help good boat and bikes

Cheque presentation at RNLI Old Hunstanton'LtoR, Ian Grimes (Motorbike blood delivery service) (S.E.R.V.), Robin Rafferty. ( Lifeboat Operations Manager), Jerry Futter ( Worshipful Master) and Tony Cassie ( Charity Steward ) ANL-150315-083553009

Cheque presentation at RNLI Old Hunstanton'LtoR, Ian Grimes (Motorbike blood delivery service) (S.E.R.V.), Robin Rafferty. ( Lifeboat Operations Manager), Jerry Futter ( Worshipful Master) and Tony Cassie ( Charity Steward ) ANL-150315-083553009

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The Martin Folkes Masonic Lodge based in Hunstanton has presented cheques of £793 to the Hunstanton lifeboat and SERVE Blood Bikes. The money was raised at a ladies’ dinner dance last month. Masons, their wives and guests attended the successful event. Tony Cassie the Lodge charity steward said it was “a really successful and enjoyable night”. And it was, as they raised a lot of money for the charities.

Mr Cassie has been a Mason for 20 years and he has been raising money through the Martin Folkes Lodge Benevolent Fund since 1987. The charity makes donations to local and masonic causes. The charity also raises money for grants, for the elderly, the sick and disabled and for children and young people. Pictured at Friday’s presentation are, from left, Ian Grime of SERV, lifeboat operations manager Robin Rafferty, Jerry Futter, Worshipful Master of the lodge, and Tony Cassie. mlnf15mf03780