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Freemasons present eye hospital donation

Freemasons present eye hospital donation

Manchester Royal Eye Hospital (MREH) Charity received a £125,000 donation from the this week to help fund a DNA Sequencer, in research designed to improve diagnosis of inherited eye diseases and improve understanding into the genetic basis of eye disease. Pictured from left to right are Grahame Elliot representing the Freemason’s Grand Charity, Sir David Trippier, provincial grand master for East Lancashire, Maurice Watkins CBE, chairman of MREH Charity and Susmito Biswas of MREH. Sir Trippier said: ‘ are delighted to have provided vital financial support for the most worthy cause of the eyesight of young children, a cause for which Manchester Royal Eye Hospital provides such superb facilities and expertise. We are also delighted to have been supported in this project by The Grand Charity.’