Freemasons donation supports Cambridge Almhouse residents
Gill Amps (Director), Stan Bishop, Eva Shaw, David Cameron (Care and Rescue Administrator), Sheila George
Submitted for publication in the Cambridge News
The Cambridge Royal Albert Homes received a check for £ 1,000 from the Cambridgeshire Freemasons, thanks to a grant from the Province of Cambridgeshire Masonic Charity for Care and Relief.
The Royal Albert Homes were originally established in 1846 and provide subsidized accommodation to self-employed people who have reached retirement age.
Gill Amps, Director of Cambridge Royal Albert Homes, said: “On behalf of the residents of Albert Homes, I would like to thank David and the Freemasons for the extremely generous check that will be used to improve access for people with disabilities to the homes. . “
David Cameron, Care and Rescue Administrator, said: “We are very happy to be able to support Royal Albert Homes and help provide a safer environment for its residents.
“I have often walked past the houses and admired their Victorian architecture and am delighted to have the opportunity to visit and learn more about these beautiful houses.”
Eva Shaw, a resident of Royal Albert Homes, said: “How kind they are to donate such a generous check. I was amazed. “
Everyone in the homes would like to thank the Freemasons of Cambridgeshire for their kind generosity.
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