Freemasons fund a new Relaxation Room at the Police Treatment Centre in Harrogate

W Bro Ian St John D’Arcy APGM, Mrs Heather D’Arcy and W Bro David Stewart Trustee, recently visited the Police Treatment Centre at Harrogate on behalf of the Province following a donation approved by the Provincial Trustees. 

Freemasons from Four Provinces met in Harrogate at the St Andrews Police Treatment Centre to visit a new Relaxation Room partly funded by collective Masonic Grants.

The Relaxation Room

Province of Cheshire, East Lancashire, Cumberland and Westmoreland together with Yorkshire West Riding were welcomed by Chief Executive Patrick Cairns and his Team.

A full tour of the Centre led to the Relaxation Room where the Group were able to see the new facilities that all four Provinces had contributed towards.

The Harrogate St Andrews Treatment Centre offers support to active and retired Police Officers and their families in times of need with a range of treatments and support therapies, in a safe and relaxed environment.

Policing is a Public Service often taken for granted, one which supports our everyday freedoms and deals with many challenging scenarios, often unseen by the general population. The Freemasons from all Four Provinces were sincerely thanked for the positive difference that their charitable donations have already made in helping to support the brave Men and Women that keep our families and communities safe.

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