The London Masonic Fishing Charity are planning another year of providing fishing experiences for disabled and disadvantaged children and adults by organising fishing events lakes around London including the lake at Harrow School. Guests from special needs schools, adult day centres and other similar institutions enjoy a stimulating, enjoyable and interesting days fishing experience. Guests receive one to one support and advice from an experienced fisherman and the day includes a delicious barbecue lunch plus an end of fishing prize giving and medal ceremony with all particpants receiving a Certificate of Achievement.

London Branch Representative and Organiser, Marios Stylianides said, “As we are not a profit-making organisation, the generosity of the Metropolitan Masonic Charity, London Lodges and individual Freemasons and the support of the Metropolitan Grand Master, Russell Race and the members of the Provincial Executive is very much appreciated. Nationally the charity is grateful for the support it receives from the Grand Master, The Duke of Kent, and our Patron, the Pro Grand Master, Peter Lowndes”