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The Association of Friends of Lord Harris Court

Lord Harris Court is the RMBI home in the same grounds as the Sindlesham Court Berkshire Masonic Centre. The first stone was laid in 1970 by the Rt Hon. Lord Harris. Since the completion in 1972 it has provided residential and nursing care for up to 90 residents.  The Association of Friends was formed when it opened, to provide support and care for the home and its residents. Over the years the Association has financed several projects including a physiotherapy wing, ornamental garden pond and purchased many forms of recreational equipment, together with vehicles including a minibus ambulance. Apart from collecting donations, the Association of Friends run 2 events a year, the Strawberry Fayre in the Summer, and the Christmas Bazaar. They also product a quarterly newsletter

See Pictures from the various Events

Lord Harris Court Blog

  • Strawberry Fayre 2018
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    Strawberry Fayre 2018

    We had a wonderful sunny day on Saturday for the Strawberry Fayre at Lord Harris Court, in aid of the Association of Friends of Lord Harris Court. The proceeding were opened by the PGM, RW Anthony Howlett-Bolton OBE.

    There were plenty of stall, mostly run by members of some of the lodges and chapters meeting locally.

    Cakes, Whiskey raffle (with free drink of Pimms), Human fruit machine, bottle raffle, grand draw, and many more.

    We were also kept entertained with music from Pangbourne Town Band and dancing from Ellington Morris

     

    There was a very welcome visitor in the afternoon, when Vince Pearson and his wife Lorraine arrived

    The day finished with the drawing of the winning tickets for the Grand Draw, by the PGM; and a presentation of a cheque from The Reading Lodge of Union

    Written on Wednesday, 27 June 2018 20:52 in Lord Harris Court Be the first to comment! Read 605 times
  • Christmas Bazaar
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    Christmas Bazaar

    Christmas at Lord Harris Court is always busy with the Bazaar.

    Santa was accompanied by his Elves and Cllr Bob Pitts Mayor of Wokingham Borough with his wife Val, to declare the Christmas Bazaar open, amid much applause. With great support from our ever present stallholders, including several Lodges and the Manager and staff at the home, a fabulous range of gifts, games and seasonal products were on sale.

    Lodges represented included: Bearwood Lodge’s tombola, Lucky Dip from Hennerton, Friendship and Care Lodge and Chapter with the Water and Wine and the one armed bandits from Trevelyan. In addition the Berkshire Masonic Widows provided refreshments accompanied by Brian Bicknell in the Dining Room. The Tuesday shop Ladies provided a wealth of gifts, with Janet Wright’s homemade wares and Richard and Maureen’s Antiques and Bric-a-brac and for those with a warm thirst Andrew’s Mulled punch was available. Jim and Christine ran the Treasure Hunt and of course the Residents and Activities had a stall. Ted steered the Grand Draw to be one of the most successful ever.

    Further images Photo Gallery

    Written on Sunday, 23 April 2017 17:01 in Lord Harris Court Be the first to comment! Read 755 times
  • Strawberry Fayre
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    Strawberry Fayre

    As usual, a very well attended event in the grounds of Lord Harris Court.

    The Strawberry Fayre is held every year to help raise funds for the home's residents, and to bring in new visitors. It was opened this year by Ian Hopgood, Most Excellent Grand Superintendent. Music at the fayre was provided by the Woodley Concert Band. With further entertainment from The Ellington Morris, from Maidenhead, led by Squire Bob Spooner, a member of Earleigh Lodge, and Foreman Dave Gibson. The fayre attracted a large number of visitor to sample the various stores, supported by many of the Berkshire Lodges. The picture shows Bro. Andrew Welborn receiving a welcome cooling off in the stocks. The fayre raised £1600 on the day, and with receipts from the raflle still to be collected in, it is expected that the event will have raised about £3000 for the home

    More pictures in the gallery - Gallery Images

     

     

    Written on Sunday, 12 July 2015 17:19 in Lord Harris Court Be the first to comment! Read 699 times

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