Friends of Shannon Court – Freemasonry in action.
RMBI Care Home in Surrey.
The Association of the Friends of Shannon Court was formed in 1994 from a group of local Freemasons in the Province of Surrey to provide extra funds and comfort for the benefit of the residents and help towards the general upkeep of Shannon Court.
It encourages Lodges and individual Freemasons in Surrey to participate in fund raising by a number of ways – become a friend, the 300 Club or by becoming a Patron of Shannon Court.
Throughout the year a number of events and activities are organised for Freemasons and their families to help raise funds for the benefit of residents in the home.
Additional social, sports and entertainment are also arranged by the Friends of Shannon Court.
Some history of how we started.
Back in 1994 a group of Freemasons from the Provinces of Hampshire & Isle of Wight and Surrey got together at Godalming Masonic Halls to discuss the formation of an Association.
There was much to discuss and a report ‘think tank ideas’ was put together along with a plan of action and a logo (Purslane Flower) to compliment the newly formed association. Read more….
History of Shannon Court.
Shannon Court care home was opened in 1995 by the Countess of Shannon, wife of the then Provincial
The home cares for Freemasons and their dependents and in some cases non Masons are considered.
It specialises in the care of older aged people and those suffering from Dementia.
The home is set in the most delightful surrounds which offers peace and tranquility to its residents.