The Site For Freemasonry in Buckinghamshire supporting the BMCF charity no: 1007193

St Giles Community Litter Pick

Members of St Giles Lodge based in Bletchley spend a Saturday morning picking up litter along Watling Street (From St Martins Church to the Kelly’s Kitchen Roundabout).
They collected 8 bags of rubbish which included a cup from a bra, Baby’s dummy and a pair of underpants!

Wycombe Lodge Presents £500 Cheque to Sea Cadets

Past Master of Wycombe Lodge, W. Bro Robert Martin, presented a cheque for £500.00

Grand Union Lodge Presents a Cheque for £1,500 to Scotty’s Little Soldiers

Scotty’s Little Soldiers is a charity dedicated to supporting children & young people who have lost a parent whilst serving in the British Armed Forces.

Buckinghamshire Masonic Clay Pigeon Shooting Association Christmas charity shoot

Buckinghamshire Masonic Clay Pigeon Shooting Association, Christmas charity shoot in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support, was held at E.J.Churchills shooting ground (High Wycombe) on Saturday 15thDecember 2018.

Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund awards Ride High £2,433

Last summer eight members of the Ride High charity recently enjoyed an unforgettable few days at The Fortune Centre of Riding in the New Forest thanks to an award from The Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund.

Bucks Masonic Clay Pigeon Shooting Contribution

W.Bro Roger Gills, secretary of the BMCPSA (Bucks Masonic Clay Pigeon Shooting Association), visited the Macmillan Cancer Support unit at Wexham Park Hospital, to present a cheque for £800.00.

MCF donation to Willen Hospice

Willen Hospice based in Milton Keynes received a grant of £1,535 from the MCF which is part of a £600,000 grant made to 237 Hospices across England and Wales. 

BMCF award to Alfriston School

The BMCF (Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund) awarded £3,200 for the purchase of a trailer for Alfriston School based in Beaconsfield.

Community Radio Milton Keynes invites Phil Blacklaw to show

Bucks APGM Phil Blacklaw has now been a guest of on the CRMK (Community Radio Milton Keynes) twice, the first was the 6am show on New Year’s (that shows dedication) and again for 2 hours on the 16thof January.

When you wish upon a star!

133 local children and their parents and carers had a wonderful pre-Christmas day out at Mead Open Farm thanks to a grant of £1,200 from BMCF (Bucks Masonic Centenary Fund).

Young people leaving care in Milton Keynes supported by grant from Buckinghamshire Freemasons

Young people leaving the care system in Milton Keynes will be given the support they need, thanks to a grant from Buckinghamshire Freemasons to the charity Volunteering Matters.

Roman Way Christmas Sheltered Housing Party

Shortly before Christmas, Roman Way held its Freemasonry in the Community Christmas lunch for 66 residents of four local sheltered accommodation hosted by Roman Way Lodge in Stony Stratford.