North Wales Freemasons Support Lift for Lifelites

Lift for Lifelites, which will see their Chief Executive travel 2,500 miles to 48 famous landmarks, in a variety of unusual and extraordinary forms of transport, all in just 14 days.

Yesterday (day 6) saw Lift for Lifelites arrive in beautiful North Wales, where Lifelites’ CEO Simone Enefer-Doy was warmly greeted by members of the Provincial Team, members of the North Wales Chapter of the Widows Sons, and members of Blood Bikes Wales (riding bikes provided by Masonic donations).

Simone was then treated to a ride on the one mile long, and worlds fasted zip wire, making her (possibly) the worlds fasted Charity CEO.

Simone said: “‘We’ll keep a welcome in the hillside’ they sing – and they certainly did. Only this hillside was made of slate and the welcome came in the form of a one-mile-long zip wire. Amazingly I finished with all my limbs intact!”

After recovering from her adventure, the North Wales Masonic Benevolent Association (NWMBA) presented Lifelites with a cheque for £1,000, before whisking her off to the Province of Chester in a six-month-old McLaren Spider, flanked by Widows Sons & Blood Bike outriders.

North Wales Freemasons Support Lift for Lifelites

Lift for Lifelites, which will see their Chief Executive travel 2,500 miles to 48 famous landmarks, in a variety of unusual and extraordinary forms of transport, all in just 14 days.

Yesterday (day 6) saw Lift for Lifelites arrive in beautiful North Wales, where Lifelites’ CEO Simone Enefer-Doy was warmly greeted by members of the Provincial Team, members of the North Wales Chapter of the Widows Sons, and members of Blood Bikes Wales (riding bikes provided by Masonic donations).

Simone was then treated to a ride on the one mile long, and worlds fasted zip wire, making her (possibly) the worlds fasted Charity CEO.

Simone said: “‘We’ll keep a welcome in the hillside’ they sing – and they certainly did. Only this hillside was made of slate and the welcome came in the form of a one-mile-long zip wire. Amazingly I finished with all my limbs intact!”

After recovering from her adventure, the North Wales Masonic Benevolent Association (NWMBA) presented Lifelites with a cheque for £1,000, before whisking her off to the Province of Chester in a six-month-old McLaren Spider, flanked by Widows Sons & Blood Bike outriders.

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