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Simone Enefer-Doy prepares to leave Lincolnshire in a 1950s Citroaen Safari driven by Provincial Almoner JOhn Grimwood, left, watched by Asssiaten Provincial Grand Masters Bruce Goodman and Peter Brooks.

Lincolnshire Freemasons gave the Lifelites charity Chief Executive Simone Enefer-Doy £1,000 before Provincial Grand Almoner John Grimwood whisked her off towards Leicestershire in his ultra-rare Citroen Safari on a whistle stop tour of 48 landmark locations in 15 days.

She is making the tour to retrace her steps of 2018 when she met UK Freemasons nationwide as they gave her more than £100,000 to the charity, which supplies specialist software, equipment, and training to enhance the lives of children with life-limiting conditions in hospices nationwide.

This year the Lincolnshire ‘handover’ took place at the Bubble Car Museum near Boston, when John was joined by our Assistant Provincial Grand Masters Peter Brooks and Bruce Goodman to meet Simone on her flying visit.

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