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PGM Writes…

As promised at various points so far in this strange situation in which we continue to find ourselves, I am ensuring good communication with you all through another ‘PGM Writes…’ and yet another publication of The London Mallet. There is still so much activity, albeit virtual and electronic, it’s probably best if I start with
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Donation to the Drop-In Bereavement Centre

We have donated £5,000 to support the emergency re-transition from existing services providing face-to-face bereavement counselling to delivering a new telephone befriending helpline/telephone bereavement counselling with additional virtual well-being social activities for older beneficiaries to maintain connectivity in these challenging times. You can read more about the work of the DIBC here.
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WLMC and London Mark in action

Our own Bob Hancock and the West London Masonic Centre in Ealing have been very busy providing 600-800 prepared meals per week to charities and the vulnerable in the West London area through their link with Ealing Borough Community Services. The initiative has been backed by a £5,000 donation from the Mark Province of London.
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PGM Writes…

We are now some 11 weeks into lockdown and the suspension of our Masonic activities. The beautiful sunny weather also seems to be suspended, so I have taken the opportunity to stay indoors and write up another report on what has been happening across our Province since my previous letter in April. The most appropriate
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Donation to City Harvest charity

We have donated £10,000 to the charity City Harvest and our Provincial Charity Steward has received this email of thanks: City Harvest will put to use immediately to nourish London’s most vulnerable people. We are delivering food to over 300 charities in London including homeless shelters, soup kitchens, children programs, and refuges for those fleeing
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8th May 1945 – 8th May 2020 75th Anniversary of VE Day

In 1945 we celebrated the end of the War in Europe with the greatest party the capital has ever seen. All divisions of rank, religion and ethnicity were put aside and we became one huge family celebrating those most precious values which the previous six years had robbed them of; peace and safety. Although we
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PGM Writes…

Brethren of London, right at the very start I will say that I make no apologies for the length of this article. If you intend to bear with me and read to the end, I suggest you pause here, go make yourself a cup of tea, get yourselves comfortable and continue reading!Despite lockdown and the
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