Freemasons donate cash sum to improve local charity’s HQ

The Doncaster Freemasons have donated £2,500 to help improve the accessibility of a local charity’s HQ.

The charity, Sober Social, is a public access space in the town centre which is used by people from a variety of different ages.

A news story in the Doncaster Free Press detailed how the premises in Priory Place is going to use the funding to install a lift over the next couple of weeks, making the building accessible to all.

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The report explained how Callum Dixon, chief executive of Sober Social, said: “Thanks to their generous donation everyone will be able to access all the services.

“We have three storeys and some of our visitors can’t access the services that are provided on the upper levels.”

Adding: “We have counseling, a holistic space, an AA group, a choir, a drama group – but the stairs are very steep and not accessible.”

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