Steve Comments on his very recent 10K run., “I had run the Manchester 10k three times previously, but the last was 8 years ago. To keep fit, I had started running again in February building up to 10k most weekends. Seeing the run advertised, I registered to give me the incentive to Continue reading “Steve Jansen – the winner did it in 32 minutes!”
The Open Gardens event taking place on Saturday and Sunday will raise much-needed funds for Pendleside Hospice. Organised by the Fence and Pendleside fund-raising committee, the 10 gardens open from 1:00 pm and will close at 5:00 pm. There will be refreshments available. The programmes are available (with map) from any participating garden. Cost is £4 and they Continue reading “Fence Open gardens in aid of Pendle Hospice 15/16 July”
Walter Coupe and Mark Barlow, members of Pendle Lodge; accompanied by fellow team Geronimo members attended Hewlett Court recently, home of the E.L.M.C. where a cheque was presented by Sir David Trippier to Mrs Continue reading “Geronimo George jumps for joy!”
Well, the jump day was fast approaching and it had got to Friday the 13th of May, the jump day being the Saturday the 14th of May. All the Team members were psyched up and ready, everything Continue reading “Jump total passes £17,000 for ELMC”
A team of 7 Freemasons from the Burnley and Pendle District area and one young lady from Hewlett Court Bury, intend to do a Tandem parachute jump at the Skydive St. George, The Old Armoury, Durham Tees Valley Airport, DL2 1LU. Continue reading “ELMC – 2016 Tandem Sky Dive”
On behalf of Pendleside Hospice, Garth Routh (Stewards Organiser) and myself we thank you all for your time on Friday night helping such a good cause and helping to show Freemasonry in the way Continue reading “Pendleside Hospice – Girls Night Out”
“It’s good to be reminded of what our Masonic Charities achieve”. It was Graham Smith who said that, and how right he was. April’s meeting was all about what the Almoner’s and Charity Stewards achieve within the Continue reading “It’s good to be reminded”
Pendleside Hospice is presented with an award of £2,443. This generous donation was made by The Freemasons’ Grand Charity, an organisation that distributes money raised by Freemasons and their families to Continue reading “Hospice receives £2,443.00 from Freemasons”
The TLC Appeal has the simple objective to provide Teddy Bears to Accident and Emergency Departments, for the Medical staff, to give, at their discretion, to children who are in severe distress and where the Medical staff feels that a Teddy to cuddle will help alleviate the stress and assist them to treat the child.
The Charity is run Continue reading “Teddies for Loving Care”
Well Brethren, Judgement day finally arrived, Friday the 25th October 2013. My wife Terry was to be strapped to our son and jump out of a fully serviceable aircraft at 12,500 feet, give or take a foot or two.
Drastic you may say, but this was all done for two good causes, Christies Manchester and North West Air Ambulance, and as a result a total of £774.00 was pledged, but if anyone would like to round the figure up let me know please.
Terry would like to thank all who did sponsor her but says she would never do it again, in fact on landing she mimicked the Pope and kissed the earth and then looked like she had gone in to shock.
Thanks again to you all
Regards Walter and Terry