Northumberland Widows Sons Masonic Bikers Association Review of 2018

Our Presidents says… Hi, I’m Mike Ewart and I’ve been President of Northumberland Widows Sons now for four years. I’d like to say a big thank you on behalf of Northumberland Widows Sons for the generosity of the lodges and brethren across the Province who so kindly support us. Without their support we wouldn’t be …

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North East Businesses Egg on Masonic Bikers

North East supermarkets and businesses have donated an eggstrodinary amount of Easter Eggs to a Northumberland motorcycle association. The Northumberland Chapter of the Widows Son’s Masonic Bikers Association will make it an Easter to remember for deserving causes when they deliver donated Easter eggs to special schools, care homes, food banks and a children’s centre. …

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Charity head stops in Newcastle on 3,000 mile road trip for local hospice children

Lifelites empowers 10,000 children and young people in hospices with life-limiting, life-threatening illnesses and disabling conditions by providing them with opportunities to benefit from the power of assistive and inclusive technologies to learn, to be creative, to communicate and to take control. There is a Lifelites project in every baby and children’s hospice across the …

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Freemasons on the road for some famed fish and chips

A group of charitable motorcyclists stopped off for some tea and a natter at an award-winning chippy. The Harbour View restaurant, in Seaton Sluice, was the unusual meeting place for 40 Northumberland Motorcycling Freemasons. The Northumberland Chapter of the Widows Sons Motorcycle Club had their monthly ride and dine meeting and all enjoyed the restaurant’s …

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