Hundreds of pounds donated to Skegness Lifeboat

Presentation of funds from St Clement Lodge to the RNLI's Skegness Lifeboat. Pictured (from left) Mike Newbold, St Clement Lodge charity steward, RNLI Coxswain Ray Chapman, St Clement Lodge worshipful master Card Hird, and RNLI deputy coxswain Richard Watson.
Presentation of funds from St Clement Lodge to the RNLI's Skegness Lifeboat. Pictured (from left) Mike Newbold, St Clement Lodge charity steward, RNLI Coxswain Ray Chapman, St Clement Lodge worshipful master Card Hird, and RNLI deputy coxswain Richard Watson.
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Skegness’ Freemasons of St Clement Lodge has donated £500 to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution’s Skegness Lifeboat.

The funds are to be used to buy safety equipment for the station, in Tower Esplande, and crew.

They form part of a £75,000 sum donated annually by the Freemasons of Provincial Grand Lodge of Lincolnshire, which counts St Clement Lodge among its masonic centres, to deserving causes, based on the recommendations of members.