Masons donate to Killin play park

Alex Stewart, Gary Thompson, Fiona Boath, Martin Cockburn and Dougal Ireland at the cheque presentation in Killin

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A Scottish Free Masons charity walk from Oban to St Andrews has raised thousands of pounds for good causes.

In May and June 2021, the Free Masons from the Provincial Lodge of Perthshire West
took on the challenge with  Right Worshipful Master Gary Thompson walking from Taynuilt to Tyndrum and Past Master Alex Stewart walking from Tyndrum to Balquhidder on behalf of Lodge Breadalbane St Fillans No 815 in Killin.

Each lodge in the province was allocated £500 from the £7,500 raised.

The masons in Killin were delighted to donate their £500 allocation to the Friends of Breadalbane Park in their village to help with the replacement of old and broken equipment in the children’s play area.

The presentation was made by Gary Thompson and Martin Cockburn and was received by Fiona Boath on behalf of The Friends of Breadalbane Park.