The Matthew Tree Update

The Freemasons of Bristol have been busy supporting a local charity, The Matthew Tree Project (TMTP). Here is the story in pictures so far …

October 2019

Mark Goodway, CEO delivering the TMTP food collection basket and Richard Lewis presenting a cheque for £1000.00 at Freemasons Hall, Bristol.

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Park Street Painting in aid of Verses Arthritis Research

To raise money for Verses Arthritis research Ron Coleman of Jerusalem Lodge 686 has produced and original water colour of the iconic Bristol view looking up park street.

Ron has produced a limited run of fifty framed signed prints which he is selling for £95 in aid of this research. After the cost of the framing, which has been supplied at a heavy discount by edge2edge framing, all the money goes to the research charity.

There are some two hundred types of Arthritis and 10 million people, including children, suffering the debilitating effect of this condition. Verses Arthritis ( is the main charity dealing with arthritis in the UK.

If you are interested in grabbing one of these limited edition prints please contact Ron: 
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Matthew Tree Project

Brethren, covid-19 is upon us and we know we have to change to a way of life few of us have ever previously experienced. In response to the crisis individuals everywhere are virtually getting together to form community groups, to provide help and services to those not able to do so for themselves.

Sound familiar? Well, since before Christmas the Province, through your donations, has maintained a steady supply of foodstuffs and other essentials to the Matthew Tree Project which helps those for whom deep crisis is already a way of life. 


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