Kindness and charitable giving are deeply ingrained within the principles of Freemasonry and the organisation provides the structure for members to make positive contributions to their communities and various causes. Such was the case here in St David’s Cemetery Carmarthen on Monday December 7th when a cheque for £700 was donated to the charity by Mr Mark Bassett, (on the right ) the Chairman of the Mackworth Club , a young Freemasons Club that operates under the Masonic Province of West Wales.
Also attending in support of the presentation was Mr James Ross, (left) the Provincial Grand Master of the Masonic Province of West Wales. This donation was in addition to a previous donation of £200. Richard Goodridge Chairman of the Charity (centre) welcomed the donation and thanked them for being so generous, not only financially but also for their time and the huge physical effort that many members of the Mackworth Club had already contributed in the restoration of several of the memorials and ground work on more than one occasion . The restoration of Frederick James Finglah’s grave being the pinnacle of their achievements.