Provincial Grand Lodge of Dorset

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For Province P0060 - Province of Dorset.


Oct. 2021

The 'Stonecutters Widows Sons' supporting the Dorset 'Doc Bikes'.

Jamie (Ozzy) Osborn presented £500 to Paramedic Rob Walker at the Cashmoor Inn in Blandford. The money was raised by the Stonecutters during the 'Big Ride' charity trip around the United Kingdom which was completed in 4 days, covering over 2000 miles.

The Stonecutters Widows Sons of Wiltshire and Dorset are Freemasons from various Lodges within both Provinces.

Paramedic Rob arrived on his BMW 1250cc RT and explained to Andy Gale, the Dorset Prov Communication Officer, that it costs £50K a year to keep two Doc Bikes on the road. Rob was grateful to the Freemasons as they have contributed a considerable sum since the introduction of the service.

The Widows Sons originated in the United States of America and the first Chapter was based in Illinois. It's still called the Widows Sons Masonic Riders Association. Originally Chartered in 1998 it was formed by Motorcycling Masons to raise charitable funds for widows and orphans of Freemasons
In 2004 a Charter was given by the US Widows Sons to form the Widows Sons Masonic Bikers Association in the UK.

Originally part of the Widows Sons Southern Chapter due to increasing numbers the Widows Sons 'Stonecutters of Wiltshire and Dorset' was formed.


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