London Masons support Lifelites CEO in 2500 mile challenge

London Masons joined Freemasons across England and Wales to help chief executive of the charity Lifelites – Simone Enefer-Doy – with her quest to visit a famous landmark in nearly every Province in just 14 days in what is probably the wackiest relay ever.

For each leg of the journey Simone will be transported by Freemasons in a variety of weird and wonderful vehicles to raise awareness of and funds for the charity. In London she will meet Simon Duckworth at the start of the Challenge at Freemasons Hall 09:00 on the 25th May. She will be driven in a Black Cab escorted by the Widows Sons Bikers Association 
to Twickenham Stadium to start the next leg of the journey.

On the return leg of the journey on Thursday 6th June Simone will fly across the Thames on the Emirates Cable car, then by Jet boat up the Thames to Westminster Pier, finish back at Freemasosns Hall at approximately 16:45.

The challenge is all in aid of Lifelites, the charity which provides assistive technology for life-limited and disabled children in children’s hospices across the British Isles. The equipment they donate gives these children opportunities to play, be creative, control something for themselves and communicate.

If you would like to find out more about the work they do, please visit their website: Lifelites – Simone’s Incredible Adventure

We will be posting photos on our social media during the relay and after the event. If you would like to know more about the challenge, or would like to be involved in some way, please contact us!