Beaconsfield Freemason John Clark with Sarah Williamson of the air ambulance FREEMASONS have helped keep an air ambulance flying thanks to hefty donations.
Beaconsfield Freemasons has given about £35,000 to Thames and Chiltern Air Ambulance over the past year.
The 21 lodges and nine chapters at the Windsor End Masonic Centre handed £6,500 to the charity.
Beaconsfield and Bucks Freemasons assistant head, John Clark, said: “Hats off to all the Beaconsfield Freemasons who have lived up to our principles of friendship, decency and charity, by supporting this vital initiative.”
See the Freemasons’ work in the community at www.buckspgl. org. BEACONSFIELD: Two cattle were brought in to graze at Holtspur Bank Local Nature Reserve from August 18 for a twoto three-week trial period.
The animals, Verity and Icarus, are owned by the City of London. If the scheme is deemed successful, it is hoped more may be used to graze the land in the autumn.
The town council, who made the agreement with the City of London, said cows were better for grazing than horses and it would know how succesful the scheme was in a few weeks time.
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