ELMBF supporting Ashton United In The Community

Benevolent Fund Makes Its Mark On The Robins

Pictured, courtesy of Jez Sayle, at the opening of the Medical Room are members of East Lancs Mark Benevolent Fund and Ashton United in the Community are left to right: Carol Finnigan (AUITC Trustee), Garry Errock (East Lancs Mark Assistant Provincial Grand Secretary), Steve Hobson (AUITC Project Manager), Howard Nuttall (ELMBF Chairman), Malcolm McCarthy, (ELMBF Secretary) and John North (AUITC Treasurer and Trustee)
Pictured, courtesy of Jez Sayle, at the opening of the Medical Room are members of East Lancs Mark Benevolent Fund and Ashton United in the Community are left to right: Carol Finnigan (AUITC Trustee), Garry Errock (East Lancs Mark Assistant Provincial Grand Secretary), Steve Hobson (AUITC Project Manager), Howard Nuttall (ELMBF Chairman), Malcolm McCarthy, (ELMBF Secretary) and John North (AUITC Treasurer and Trustee)

Prior to the home fixture against Halesowen Town on Saturday 21st January, Ashton United welcomed representatives of the East Lancs Mark Benevolent Fund to officially open their refurbished medical room. The Robins were delighted to receive their financial support which paid for a host of medical equipment. Commenting on their donation to Ashton United in the Community (AUITC), Howard Nuttall, Chairman of the East Lancs Mark Benevolent Fund (ELMBF) said, more “ELMBF supporting Ashton United In The Community”

MBF Charity Walk

A MESSAGE FROM THE PGM – RW BRO ALEXANDER SILLARS MCLAREN

Dear Brethren,

The Mark Charity Walk 2017

The Mark Charity Walk is the first ever single day charitable fund raising event for the Mark Benevolent Fund that draws upon volunteer participants from across Mark Grand Lodge’s Provincial and District Grand Lodges.
I have put together an East Lancashire Provincial Walk Team led by myself and comprising more “MBF Charity Walk”

Regalia Sales – an update.

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Yes sir-ee folks, all your Craft Ties have now been sold, so we’re looking for unwanted Chapter, Craft and Mark Apron Badges & Collar Jewels – along with any other unwanted regalia of course !

£3700 is the current total raised for the 2021 Festival and I’d like to thank everybody who’s given me their unwanted ties, aprons, collars, jewels, badges collars etc and in particular The Darwen Lodge 1327 and Union 171 in Uppermill for recent substantial regalia donations.

Please keep ’em coming !

Garry Errock – tel: 07940 879476 – email: provagsec2@eastlancsmark.org