Cambria Meridian Lodge No. 9876 hosted Mr Martyn Coomer, Director of Research at The Royal College of Surgeons

Cambria Meridian Lodge No. 9876 hosted Mr Martyn Coomer, Director of Research at The Royal College of Surgeons together with colleagues, to receive a presentation entitled ‘Surgical Research – A peek into the future.’

The event was open to prospective new members with over 95 guests attending the presentation followed by a very enjoyable lunch at Elwy Hall, Rhyl.

Royal College of Surgeons Rachael Clifford, Ioannis Sarantitis and Catherine Zabkiewicz delivered a very interesting insight into their research to date, including their own personal journey leading to their current degrees of specialty.

Mr Martyn Coomer said, ‘surgery affects everyone and the RCS is core to surgery’s development – many great breakthroughs have spawned in the UK and made a global impact. Through working at the RCS all staff contribute in various ways that make a difference and lead to better treatment.’

W. Bro. John Benjamin Bellis, Worshipful Master, presented the RCS with a donation of £700 and thanked our presenters for sharing their research to date.

Mr Martyn Coomer thanked the members for their kind donation and highlighted the significant, ongoing support received from Freemasons.

The festive board was enjoyed by members and guests, with the raffle raising a further £1,000 for the Lodge charity account.

Cambria Meridian Lodge No. 9876 hosted Mr Martyn Coomer, Director of Research at The Royal College of Surgeons

Cambria Meridian Lodge No. 9876 hosted Mr Martyn Coomer, Director of Research at The Royal College of Surgeons together with colleagues, to receive a presentation entitled ‘Surgical Research – A peek into the future.’

The event was open to prospective new members with over 95 guests attending the presentation followed by a very enjoyable lunch at Elwy Hall, Rhyl.

Royal College of Surgeons Rachael Clifford, Ioannis Sarantitis and Catherine Zabkiewicz delivered a very interesting insight into their research to date, including their own personal journey leading to their current degrees of specialty.

Mr Martyn Coomer said, ‘surgery affects everyone and the RCS is core to surgery’s development – many great breakthroughs have spawned in the UK and made a global impact. Through working at the RCS all staff contribute in various ways that make a difference and lead to better treatment.’

W. Bro. John Benjamin Bellis, Worshipful Master, presented the RCS with a donation of £700 and thanked our presenters for sharing their research to date.

Mr Martyn Coomer thanked the members for their kind donation and highlighted the significant, ongoing support received from Freemasons.

The festive board was enjoyed by members and guests, with the raffle raising a further £1,000 for the Lodge charity account.

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