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The 367th Lodge meeting is to be held on Friday 6th January 2017 at 4.00 pm at Freemasons Hall, Great Queen Street, London, WC2.
Duke of Kent opens refurbished care home in Croydon
Grand Master HRH the Duke of Kent, KG officially opened the RMBI’s fully
refurbished, state-of-the-art care home at
James Terry Court in Croydon on July 24 at a ceremony with the Mayor of Croydon Councillor Yvette Hopley,
for residents and distinguished guests from the Masonic community.
Duke toured the home meeting residents, alongside Grand Secretary Nigel Brown
Grand Director of Ceremonies Oliver Lodge on behalf of The United Grand Lodge of England.
were joined by leading Freemasons from the
including the Provincial Grand Master Eric Stuart-Bamford, the Deputy Provincial Grand Master Derek Barr and other
members of the Provincial executive of
the Association of Friends of
former RMBI President
Since becoming an RMBI care home in 1980, the
Home has built an excellent reputation.
Now rebuilt in the same location, James Terry Court exceeds the latest government guidelines and legislation on size,
accessibility and facilities, and is ‘future proofed’ to make sure that residents
and staff remain in the highest level of comfort and safety for many years to come.
The £10 million refurbishment programme has
equipped the home with spacious bedrooms all with
en-suite wet rooms and fitted with the latest mobility equipment; new dining rooms, entrance and lounge;
step free access from central facilities to all rooms; a new dementia wing and a unique rooftop garden.
James Terry Court can now accommodate 76 residents, in addition to offering 13 apartments for independent living.
Freemasons in the
Springfield Lodge donated £75,000 which funded the building and furnishing of a hairdressing salon and pamper room.
In addition, a local ‘Buy a Brick’ campaign raised over £25,000 and The Grand Steward’s Lodge donated £20,000.
The Association of Friends of James Terry Court also provides substantial support each year,
for example furnishing the new gardens and terraces with furniture, parasols, plants and shrubbery.
Diane Collins, Home Manager at James Terry
Court, said: “Thanks to our new state-of-the-art facilities,
we are able to care for residents in a way that gives them the individual freedom to really make the most of their later lives.
We are indebted to the Masonic community, and particularly the Association of Friends of
whose generous support enables the highest quality of life for our residents.”
Since doubling in capacity, the Home
currently has vacancies and a small number of flats available to lease or
To discuss care needs for yourself or a loved one or to view the home, please contact Home Manager Di Collins on 020 8774 5921.
For apartments, please contact Guy Mackey at Chilcott White on 020 8688 4153.
The RMBI is delighted to be In Festival with
the Province of Surrey from February 2014.
For more information about
For further general information please
020 7596 2405
020 7596 2406
The RMBI - http://www.rmbi.org.uk
The RMBI has been caring for older Freemasons
and their dependants for over 160 years, and operates 17 care homes across
Many of their Homes are registered for both residential and nursing care, and all offer dementia care.
The RMBI also has a team of Care Advice
Visitors who know a great deal about health and welfare rights and benefits.
They can also give advice on all aspects of the services offered by the RMBI and the other Masonic charities,
and by statutory and voluntary agencies.
The RMBI believes in treating everyone as an
Every potential resident is assessed to find out what type of care package would best meet their needs.
A tailor-made care plan is put together, which is reviewed on a regular basis.
Residents who choose an RMBI Home have the security of knowing that they have a home for life.
The RMBI are committed to ensuring the individual’s right to dignity, respect, choice and
control over their own lives is upheld and maintained.
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