Masons brighten station
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.