Yatton foodbank receives Freemason boost
- Credit: Somerset Freemasons
The Somerset Freemasons has called it a ‘very deserving charity’.
The Somerset Freemasons has donated £1,000 to a community foodbank.
Romajo’s Community Meals cooks and delivers free meals for residents in isolation.
Fronted by chef Johnny Burnett, the service has so far raised close to £20,000.
Operating from the Butcher’s Arms Yatton, run by Caroline Radnedge and Nick Williams, Johnny and his team have prepared meals for more than 150 people.
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It was in the Butcher’s Arms that the freemasons presented Romajo’s with the cheque for £1,000.
Masonic Lodge charity representative, Steve Collings said: “Freemasons all over Somerset are helping out wherever they can to combat Covid-19 and we are delighted to be able to assist this very deserving charity.”
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He added: “£700 was raised by our Lodge and topped up to £1,000 by the Provincial Grand Lodge of Somerset.”
For more information on Somerset Freemasons and the work they are involved with, go to www.pglsom.org