On Friday 5th May Lifelites chief executive Simone Enefer-Doy embarked on a 2,500 mile challenge to visit 47 famous landmarks in England and Wales in just 14 days.
She has taken on the challenge to raise awareness of Lifelites and is hoping to raise £50,000 to help support the work they do donating and maintaining assistive technology for children in hospices.
Middlesex was her first stop on her challenge, and she arrived from Freemason's Hall in a London Taxi arranged my Metropolitan Grand Lodge.
After a last minute change, the meeting point was in Richmond Park, and she was met by a delegation led by APGM W.Bro. Nigel Codron SGD.
He was very pleased to present her a cheque for £2,000 - a good start towards her £50,000 target. £1,000 was generously donated by each of the Middlesex Masonic Charity and the Middlesex Province Relief Chest.
Nigel added "We're delighted to support the great work that Lifelites do to help thousands of sick children across the British Isles and have donated a further £2,000 today to Simone on her "Lift for Lifelites" tour."
Middlesex Freemasons have been a great supporter of Lifelites and have recently donated around £60,000 recently via various grants.
Simone was then whisked off to with Middlesex Style in a Porsche 550 Spyder by Bro Daniel Graham of Jubilee Lodge, No. 8822.
The next stop was Guildford Cathedral to meet Surrey Freemasons.
There are unconfirmed rumours that Surrey employed Noddy as the driver for their leg to Brighton, but it is understood Simone did arrive there in one piece !
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