The Albert Edward Prince Of Wales Court, held their annual Strawberry Tea at the RMBI home in Porthcawl on Saturday 11th June and the weather was exceptionally kind.
Beautiful sunshine, strawberries and cream, hot dogs, burgers, raffle prizes, live music with lots of fun and laughter kept the families and visitors entertained.
The Widows Sons arrived on their motorcycles to the delight of all the children present who were thrilled to have their pictures taken on the various motorbikes. The Widows Sons very generously presented a cheque for £150.00 to the AEPOWC.
The R.W. Provincial Grand Master, D. Gerald Rowbottom cut the ribbon to officially open the new conservatory on behalf of the Friends of the AEPOWC.
We thank the AEPOWC for their very generous hospitality and for inviting us to their wonderful home. Especial thanks to all the Freemasons, families and friends for coming along and supporting such a wonderful occasion. Thank you so much to all the volunteers who gave their time to help and assist with the running of the stalls and indeed the event itself.
The Widows Sons is an International Association of Freemasons who enjoy motorcycling and have a desire to ride with and associate with their fraternal brothers and raise monies for charities like the Amelia Trust Farm. Anyone who is a biker and wants to know more about becoming a Freemason should view the Widows Sons website here.