That is the good side, what about the other side that is kept under wraps?
The Freemason do a tremendous amount for charities. When I worked for Red Cross we regularly received money from them for local causes. There is a national section which is called The Grand Charity we received a massive amount from them for fire victim support vehicles. When John and I were Mayor and Mayoress of Dawlish we received two amounts for charities in Dawlish at a regional level.
Nice to see the Red Rock Cafe is been clean up and refitted, and will be reopened in about 2/3 weeks. Good Luck Guy's.
I am not prepared to enter in to a protracted argument with you. Most of what you need is on our website for all to see. I repeat, come on Tuesday if you have a specifiic question it will be answered.
If you are not going to tell us the truth on this site, then maybe all you are doing to get people to come along is a recruitment drive. I had heard that numbers are dwindling in many lodges. I did ask in my post, "What is the purpose of Freemasonary?". I should have said, "What is the Common Purpose?". Or are you claiming you have not heard of it?
I suggest you come and find out - we don't bite , honest.
What is the truth? Why do we have to come along to a meeting to discover what it is. My question has always been, "what is the purpose of Freemasonary?".
We have three Lodges meeting in the Masonic Hall in Barton Terrace Dawlish. A very stong presence for a town our size. Misconceptions on what we do and what we are about are many. Certainly not helped by media articles with half truths and speculation which are in the main simply not true. Many local charities look to us for support. This is just one aspect of what we do. The Vale of Haldon ...
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