ISSUE 11, October 2004
Editorial
Elias Ashmole: Masonic Icon
Travel: The magical beauty of Scotland
Honoured: By the Glovers' livery company
The Theatre: Strong links between Craft and stage
Quarterly Communication: Address of the Pro Grand Master and, Report of the Board of General Purposes
Mauritius: Fascinating Masonic history
Rochester Cathedral: Kent Masons' magnificent fresco
Clerkenwell: 25 years of Masonry
  Bravery award: One Mason's heroism is honoured
Christmas shopping: What to buy in London's West End
High flight: Helping terminally ill children
Jewels of the Craft: An essential part of Masonry
Library & Museum: John Pine exhibition and Library & Museum Trust report
Masonic education: Events for Masons; Quatuor Coronati Lodge; Mentors for new Masons
Charities: Masons provide emergency aid for flood victims; Charity news; Demelza gives voice
Letters, Book reviews, Gardening

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Porthcawl Home minibus
Albert Edward Prince of Wales Court (AEPOW), Porthcawl, was given a brand new minibus by its Association of Friends in July.
    AEPOW is a Home for older Freemasons and their female dependants, and is one of 17 care Homes throughout England and Wales managed by the RMBI.
    Peter Frost, Deputy PGM for South Wales, Eastern Division and chairman of the Home’s Association of Friends, presented the Volkswagen LT minibus – which cost more than £28,000 – to RMBI chairman Chris Caine. Also in attendance were Kevin Harris, RMBI executive director of Care Operations, and Home Manager Lorna Hasan.
    The minibus, which can accommodate up to eight passengers, or three wheelchairs, will be used to take residents on days out, shopping trips and hospital and doctor visits.
    RMBI Director of Fundraising & Events, Roger Friend said: “This is a truly magnificent gesture on the part of the Friends, and will make a massive difference to the lives of our residents in Porthcawl. As a charity we are hugely dependent on donations such as these, and are truly grateful”.



Photo shows (l to r): Glyn Roach (vice chairman, Friends of AEPOW), Lorna Hasan (Home Manager), Peter Frost (chairman, Friends of AEPOW), Chris Caine (RMBI chairman of Trustees), Kevin Harris (RMBI executive director of Care Operations).