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A fundraising ball has prompted a donation to Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s West Norfolk Breast Care Unit by Freemasons in Hunstanton.

The Martin Folkes Lodge has given £500 following a request by organisers of the ball at Lynford Hall in Mundford on Saturday June 30.

Worshipful Brother Peter Irons said: “Breast cancer is something which touches many, many families and we were happy to give to the cause.

QEH lead breast cancer nurse Angela Holford accepts the Freemason’s cheque from Worshipful Brother Peter Irons (left) and Worshipful Brother Paul Cannell, surrounded by organisers of the ball and friends who have been treated at West Norfolk Breast Care Unit (2586565)
QEH lead breast cancer nurse Angela Holford accepts the Freemason’s cheque from Worshipful Brother Peter Irons (left) and Worshipful Brother Paul Cannell, surrounded by organisers of the ball and friends who have been treated at West Norfolk Breast Care Unit (2586565)

“The enthusiasm of the ladies organising this event persuaded us to make the donation.

“The money was raised during the year in which Worshipful Master John Eaton was at the helm.”

The black tie event, which is being organised by women who have benefited from the unit’s care, includes a three-course meal, live band, disco, raffle and auction.

Tickets cost £55. For more information about the ball or to book your tickets, call 07789 005895.

Pictured above, Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital lead breast cancer nurse Angela Holford accepting the Freemason’s cheque from Worshipful Brother Peter Irons and Worshipful Brother Paul Cannell, surrounded by organisers of the ball and friends who have been treated at West Norfolk Breast Care Unit.

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