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Sunday Afternoon Tea



A wonderful afternoon was had by all when Malvern Priory Lodge of Royal Ark Mariners held a Sunday Afternoon Tea at Hallow Community Hall on the 10th July.

The event was held partly as a convivial event but primarily to raise funds for the Provincial Grand Masters Charity of the year, The Emily Jordan Foundation.





The Foundation gave a lovely Presentation of all of their works in helping disabled people of all ages to help themselves and others in becoming more inclusive members of society and putting their talents to good use in doing things like refurbishing and selling bikes, horticulture and woodworking projects among other various work related pursuits.


The Provincial Grand Master, RW Bro Eric Rymer, was pleased to present a cheque for £1000 to the charity from funds raised at our recent Provincial Grand Lodge meeting and W Bro Adrian Hutt, Provincial Grand Secretary and W Commander of Malvern Priory Lodge presented a cheque for £350 from the Malvern Priory Lodge of RAM with a promise of more to come from the proceeds of the day that stood at £210 from the raffle alone.


We were entertained by a pianist who played some lovely background music whilst Adrian's and Liz's doey eyed granddaughters relieved us of our raffle money, The Worcester Male Voice Choir who gave some wonderful renditions from Les Misérables, Carousel, Elvis and even Calon Lan from the Land of my Fathers!



The Emily Jordan Foundation will be pleased to make a presentation at any time, please contact the Provincial office for any further information.


Congratulations to all on a lovely day that was enjoyed by all.

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