South Wales Freemasons Motorcycle Club, known as “Widows Sons”, recently donated £500 to the Amelia Trust Farm at their Christmas Farm Day. The money was raised through bike ride outs & events.
Based in the Vale of Glamorgan, the Amelia Trust Farm is a countryside sanctuary for all to enjoy. As a registered charity, it has a long and proud history of providing therapeutic support to disadvantaged and vulnerable people in a Care Farm setting.
Paul Haley, Communications Officer for South Wales Freemason braved the weather to presenta cheque on behalf of the Widows Sons to Amelia Trust Farm Director Karen Turnbull.
Karen said, “We are verygrateful to the Widows Sons South Wales Masonic Bikers, for raising a fantastic £500 for us through ride outs and events. We also had the pleasure of Masonic Biker Steve Woodfin from Barry, who helped us with Father Christmas duties in the afternoon. Thank you to everybody involved, this will help towards maintenance of the Farm and the vital work we do with vulnerable people.”
Paul Haley said, “I am proud to have been asked by the Widows Sons to present a donation to assist with the upkeep of the Farm and the vital work undertaken with vulnerable people.”
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 search on facebook https://www.facebook.com/WSMBAWales