East Finchley Festival – Sunday 24th June 2018
In another busy weekend, after attending the Hampstead Art Fair on Saturday 23rd, the Middlesex PR Team attended the East Finchley Festival for the first time on Sunday 24th June.
The venue was Cherry Tree Woods, Summerlee Avenue, Finchley, N2 and some may be surprised that both Hampstead and East Finchley are Middlesex, but our County of Middlesex covered all of London north of the Thames and west of the river Lea.
Whilst Metropolitan Grand Lodge has everything within a 5 mile radius of Great Queen Street, that still leaves substantial parts of London within Middlesex and we were more than happy to take the opportunity to spread the word in Finchley and Hampstead !
The weather was again kind to us and that always draws the crowds and the ice cream sellers.
As expected for a first time attendance, many were surprised to see us there and there were many curious glances at our stand as well as some engagement with prospective embers and others interested in our charitable works.
In particular our support for TLC, Teddies for Loving Care, and our display of Teddies always attracts attention.
Our thanks to Jim Litchfield, Nigel Codron and Richard Alliston for representing us on the day, it was concluded that we would return the following year.
Next Outing –
• Uxbridge AutoShow on Sunday 15th July (www.uxbridgeautoshow.com)
• Strawberry Hill Music & Fun Day on Sunday 29th July (Attendance to be confirmed) (strawberryhillmusicday.co.uk)
– come and say hello !
How can you help us promote Freemasonry ?
• Do you tow a caravan ? If so, could he help us by towing the trailer occasionally ?
• Share your Professional skills – We need guys with experience in Marketing, Graphics, Copy writing and Website/Facebook creation and maintenance in particular to assist with designing and updating display material, posters, literature and an online presence .
• Get in touch with our team leader, Richard Alliston, on 07774 988747 to discuss how you can make a personal contribution to the development of Freemasonry in your community.
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