Beaconsfield Freemasons support search dogs

Steve Cleary from High Wycombe and his search dog, Rebus

Steve Cleary from High Wycombe and his search dog, Rebus

First published in News Bucks Free Press: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

BEACONSFIELD Freemasons have donated almost £3,000 to search dogs.

Representatives of the 23 lodges and 10 chapters at the Masonic Centre in Windsor End, Beaconsfield donated £2,800 to Search Dogs.

Beaconsfield and Bucks Freemasons deputy head, Mike Stimson, said: “We are supporting Search Dogs because the people involved demonstrate our shared values of friendship, decency, and charity.”

The Search Dogs charity trains handlers and their animals to help Thames Valley Police find vulnerable adults and children who have vanished from their communities.

Volunteers and their dogs are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week to save lives throughout the Beaconsfield area.

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1:11pm Thu 17 Jul 14

s6blr says...

Fantastic news, great to see the contribution!
Fantastic news, great to see the contribution! s6blr
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3:05pm Thu 17 Jul 14

marlowbucks says...

Bally heck! I wasn't told you could use search dogs to look for it! ;-)
Bally heck! I wasn't told you could use search dogs to look for it! ;-) marlowbucks
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9:48am Fri 18 Jul 14

mistamina says...

Practical demonstration of Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth.
More please.
Practical demonstration of Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth. More please. mistamina
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