Midhurst Freemasons help local nursery

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Midhurst Freemasons have given £1150 to the Midhurst Nursery Class to help provide new equipment. This is the latest donation given by the Freemasons of Midhurst to local charities.

Last Wednesday John Backshall visited the Midhurst Nursery Class in Lambert's Lane, and presented them with the cheque. It was especially significant that the day marked the 40th anniversary of the opening of the nursery by Christine Reseigh.

The generous donation from the Midhurst Freemasons will undoubtedly make a meaningful impact on the pre-school, enabling them to acquire much-needed new equipment.

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Christine's ongoing commitment to running the nursery is truly admirable, and it's wonderful to see her efforts being recognized and supported by the community. This is a shining example of how local organizations and individuals can come together to make a positive difference in their community.

John Backshall presenting the cheque to Christine ReseighJohn Backshall presenting the cheque to Christine Reseigh
John Backshall presenting the cheque to Christine Reseigh

It's truly heartening to see the ongoing support provided by the Midhurst Freemasons to various charities in the local community. In the past few months they have supported other local causes.

From Midhurst Palliative Care to CancerWise, StonePillow, and Chestnut Tree House, their contributions are making a tangible difference in the lives of many individuals and families facing challenging circumstances.

This dedication to supporting both local and broader causes reflects the strong spirit of community and compassion among the Freemasons. Their commitment to making a positive impact, whether it's on a local, national, or international scale, is commendable and serves as an inspiration to others.

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