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Grand boost for the Spring Centre


Gloucestershire Round Table Masonic Lodge handed a cheque for £1,000 to the Spring Centre in Quedgeley on Tuesday.

The Spring Centre supports children, young people and their families. The aim is to improve the quality of life for the child or young person as well as their family group.

The money donated by the Freemasons has already been earmarked to help fund a boiler repair.

The charity supports 90 families throughout Gloucestershire and teaches key life skills to children from infant to up to adults of 35 years. It is reliant upon charitable donations and parental support.

The centre’s services provide opportunities for children and young people and their families to access a tailored programme of activities aimed at improving and enriching quality of life for them all.

For more details: The Springcentre | Caring for children and young adults with disabilities and special needs

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