Midhurst Freemasons give school a helping hand

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WORSHIPFUL Brother David Tunks of Midhurst Freemasons is pictured presenting a cheque for £710 to Isabella Colville who attends The Stepping Stones School near Hindhead where children with mild disabilities are encouraged to thrive and fulfil their potential.

Isabella, who is recovering from a brain tumour, said the money presented by Midhurst Freemasons would help the school in building a new play area, which would allow everybody to have a great time including children confined to wheelchairs.

The school believes in providing the children with a caring, fun environment where they can benefit from a bespoke curriculum, technologically innovative teaching practices and the chance to grow and develop into confident, independent young men and women.

Stepping Stones has over the last six months engaged on a active fundraising campaign to replace its old and outdated play area.