Could you lend a hand to support a charity in Buckinghamshire?

This week, the head of charity for the Buckinghamshire Freemasons', Mark, and colleague Ameet paid a visit to a charity called Woodrow High House in Amersham, Buckinghamshire.
When Mark and Ameet visited them, they had a full house, four separate schools, and an over-60’s football team who were using their Astro turf pitch.
Woodrow High House looks after children and the elderly using their outdoor pursuit facilities 365 days per year.
They have a swimming pool, sports hall, gym, archery, abseiling, cycling track, camp fires, yurts, etc.
They operate from a Grade II listed manor house with over 26 acres of land, which was gifted to them after the Second World War by the Worshipful Goldsmiths Guild and Freemen of the City of London.

Like many organisations, they would appreciate help to continue doing what they do best: improving lives.
Volunteering improves the experience of children and young people who visit Woodrow. They would welcome both individuals and company volunteers who wish to assist them in delivering more (and better) outdoor learning experiences; they never turn down any assistance!

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