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Lodge Master donates to Eastbourne Lifeboats

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The Master of the Chatsworth Masonic Lodge 9053 has raised £700 for his two chosen charities during his year of office and donated £350 to Eastbourne Lifeboats.

Crew attend presentation

RNLI/Bob Jeffery

Presentation at Eastbourne all-weather lifeboat station
Alfred Stanley, known to all his friends as Stan, hosted a number of events during his term of office with any profits going to his two chosen charities, Eastbourne lifeboats and the local hospice. Stan visited the all-weather lifeboat station on Sunday to meet the crew and present a cheque to Operations Manager Carl Pocock and Chair of the fundraising committee Jill Scott-Taggart.

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