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Notts Masons/MCF donation to Contact Charity allows local children to have fun at a soft play centre

This week saw the latest event staged by Contact Charity as a result of a three year award from Nottinghamshire Masons and the Masonic Charitable Foundation to provide a special day out for local children and their families

Approximately 20 familes attended this MCF arranged day out for disabled children

This event was extremely well run by the staff of the Pirates Play Centre, Rowley Drive Nottingham and led by Jade & Charlotte from the Contact Charity to whom the donation was made

Pictured below are some of the children and parents, Jade & Charlotte from Contact Charity who pulled the event together.

Also pictured above, representing Nottinghamshire Freemasons and the MCF were Andrew Rainbow, the Deputy Provincial Grand Master, Peter Gregory, the Assistant Provincial Grand Master (and Master of the Bumpy Slide) and Bob Wyatt, the Provincial Grand Charity Steward

It was lovely to see the place full of smiles of the children having such a great time (and several parents too)

Andrew Rainbow remarked how special it was to see these children , who had battled so much hardship in their young lives ,laughing, playing and enjoying themselves so much as a result of the Masonic donation and the hard work of all those involved

We look forward to the next event, because this one and the previous one at Portland College were very special days for the young people involved

Please see below some more images from the event, taken following consent from the children and families concerned

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