Ma­sons brighten sta­tion

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - NEWS -

EV­ERY­THING in the gar­den is com­ing up roses at Ger­rards Cross Rail­way Sta­tion, thanks to the ef­forts of the Bucks Freema­sons.

Fol­low­ing the in­tro­duc­tion of the first Ma­sonic Gar­den at High Wy­combe sta­tion, the Freema­sons have now un­veiled their sec­ond, on plat­form 2 around Ger­rards Cross’s Vic­to­rian Rail­way Navvy. It is spon­sored and main­tained with funds from the Pro­vin­cial Grand Lodge of Buck­ing­hamshire.

Head of Bucks Freema­sonry, Gor­don Robert­son, said: “The tend­ing and main­te­nance is one of the var­ied ways in which Buck­ing­hamshire Freema­sons’ core val­ues of friend­ship, in­tegrity and char­ity are used to ben­e­fit the com­mu­nity.” PLAT­FORM PART­NER­SHIP: From left, James Dy­ckes, gar­dener, Tony Dy­ckes and Tim An­ders, gar­den co-or­di­na­tors, Rob Mun­day, Chiltern Rail­ways’ sta­tion man­ager, and Gor­don Robert­son, head of Bucks Freema­sonry.

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