W Bro Peter Jones
At our Meeting on 17 November 2017 W Bro Peter Jones was thanked warmly by the Brethren for his excellent work in leading the Lodge during the past year and was Proclaimed Worshipful Master for a further 12 months.
Lodge Helps Kickstart
Safari Seat Project
A £500 donation from Ruislip St Martins helped Jana Deeble, a Ugandan student from Brunel University, to produce a revolutionary wheelchair capable of covering rough terrain in remote parts of the African countryside and in other parts of the Third World.
Ruislip St Martins’ Lodge is an established supporter of research initiatives at the University as part of the Grand Lodge Universities Scheme. The £500 donation allowed Jana to make a research trip where he could try various designs to see which worked.
With additional funding from Kickstarter, a global fund-
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Next Regular Meeting
Wednesday 25 April 2018
at Harrow District Masonic Centre
More Support for Engineering Design Students
The Lodge has a £1500 grant for three years from The Middlesex Provincial Relief Fund to support Engineering Design students at Brunel University with their degree course projects. On 31 January 2018 four students pitched their degree course design ideas to Worshipful Master Peter Jones and Charity Steward Peter Binstead.
The two students selected were Rheza Imansyah from Thailand who has invented a water powered lamp to be used on a desk to assist poor rural children in South East Asia to carry on their studies in the evening, and Josh King who has a project which enables people who find themselves in dangerous or distressing situations to summon help from a named colleague or friend. (More on Charities Page 1)