Ty Bryngwyn Hospice Trust are celebrating receipt of a grant from the Mark Master Masons of Dyfed wholly funded by its charity, the Mark Benevolent Fund.
The donation which is part of a Major Capital Grant of £1.3m to over 250 hospices in England, Wales, Channel Islands and Isle of Man, recognises the contribution made by HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh to the service of the Crown and the life of the nation.
Gary Hicks the Provincial Grand Master of Dyfed said, “We are absolutely delighted that the members of the Province have chosen to support Ty Bryngwyn Hospice. We are all aware of the toll that the pandemic has taken on charities across the country and hope that this small gift will go some way to help enhance patient care and provide improved facilities for those in need and their families”.
Mr David Craddock, Chairman of the Fundraising Committee and Trustee of Ty Bryngwyn Hospice Trust, welcomed the donation saying that this gift will be used wisely and well for the sole benefit of Ty Bryngwyn Hospice. He added how grateful the Charity is for the support received from the Masons over many years.
Photo 1: M Lowe Deputy PGM, L Hughes GLO, G Hicks PGM, R Gealy Charity Steward, D Littlejohns Almoner, A Littlejohns W Master, L John DoC, W Allen Asst. Almoner
Photo 2: M Lowe Deputy PGM, G Hicks PGM, D Littlejohns Almoner, W Moodie Secretary
Appeal Fund committee members present, David Craddock, Chairman and Trustee, Audrey Jenkins, Trustee, Sue Thomas Secretary & Trustee, Jan Morgan, Shirley and Andrew Stephens, Trustee and Vice Chairman.
It was good to enjoy some light refreshments and a convivial time with your members prior to the presentation. We are deeply appreciative of your continuous hard work over many years towards providing a much needed service to the community: Wynford Allen
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