Freemasons donation to Cobalt charity

(From left) Very Worshipful Brother Mike Roff (deputy grand master for Herefordshire), Samantha Watson (head of fundraising at Cobalt Health) and The Reverend David Bowen (provincial grand master for Herefordshire).

(From left) Very Worshipful Brother Mike Roff (deputy grand master for Herefordshire), Samantha Watson (head of fundraising at Cobalt Health) and The Reverend David Bowen (provincial grand master for Herefordshire).

First published in News

A LIFE-saving county appeal has been given a boost thanks to Herefordshire Freemasons.

Cobalt – a charity that supports people affected by cancer and other life-limited conditions – has been given another £500 donation from the Freemasons.

The charity is celebrating its 50th anniversary and has acquired seven mobile MRI scanner at a cost of £1.8 million per unit.

A further £500,000 is needed to complete the purchase.

The units will supplement the fixed digital scanning facilities recently installed at Hereford County Hospital.

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