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To cel­e­brate 300 years of Freema­sonry, the Ma­sonic Char­i­ta­ble Foun­da­tion has cho­sen eight Sur­rey char­i­ties to sup­port as part of a na­tion­wide £3,000,000 scheme.

A team of 21 walk­ers, in­clud­ing three from Sur­rey, re­cently took on the Ni­jmegen Marches, com­plet­ing four marathons in the Nether­lands to raise money for Wok­ing-based Walk the Walk.

Eight-year-old Mahika Soin, from Wok­ing, has come up with a novel way to raise money for her lo­cal chil­dren’s hos­pice Shoot­ing Star Chase. The ta­lented young writer has cre­ated her very own e-book, Mahika’s Short Sto­ries.

Charles Rus­sell Speechlys will host a canapés and fizz re­cep­tion for the many lo­cal char­i­ties they work with and sup­port. They will be joined by Ruth Suther­land, CEO of Ep­som-based char­ity Samar­i­tans. If you are a char­ity and are in­ter­ested in fund­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties from the Charles Rus­sell Speechlys Com­mu­nity Fund, con­tact Kate Peters at the Com­mu­nity Foun­da­tion for Sur­rey on info@cf­sur­ or on 01483 478092.

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