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Plymouth deaf children’s charity benefit from generous Freemasons

Plymouth deaf children’s charity benefit from generous Freemasons

GENEROUS Freemasons helped more than 20 local charities, including a group which supports deaf children and their families in Plymouth. The Plymouth & District Deaf Children’s Society were just one of 21 worthy causes which benefited from an annual programme of charitable giving by Devonshire Freemasons. Donations reaching nearly £20,000 were presented by the Provincial Grand Master of Devonshire, Ian Kingsbury, at the Mount Edgcumbe Masonic Hall in Plymouth’s Citadel Road, to representatives from each of the charities. The Plymouth & District Deaf Children’s Society (PDCS) were handed £750 to help fund their social and inclusive activities, such as their thriving Youth Club for deaf children and their families.