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Blue Plaque Presentation

Horsham Freemasons receiving a plaque from Deputy Provincial Grand Master of Sussex, Maurice Adams, on the 20th October 2018 celebrating the fact that freemasonry has been active in Horsham since 1825.

They were also proud to support the Royal British Legion with the display of a “silent soldier” in tribute to all those who have given their lives in sacrifice to others during times of conflict in wars.

Pictured receiving the plaque on behalf of the Board of Directors are Danny Hilliard, Peter Lewis, Pete Hansen, Paul Flowerday, Norman Perry and Graham Watkins.

Sussex Freemasonry has donated over £3.4 million pounds to various Charities over the last seven years and over the last five years, Horsham Freemasons have donated in excess of £60,000 to local charities including, Dame Vera Lynn Trust, St Catherine’s Hospice, Springboard Project, Action Medical Research, Chase, St Barnabas Hospice, Desmond Anderson Autism Unit, The Phoenix Stroke Club, Winston’s Wish, Combat Stress, Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust, Help for Heroes and many more.

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