The eternal forget me not flower
The eternal forget me not flower

The eternal forget me not flower
The eternal forget me not flower

The eternal forget me not flower
The eternal forget me not flower

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The eternal forget-me-not flower

The Eternal forget-me-not is an eye catching metal sculpture which brings joy and vibrancy to any garden, all year round.

The “forget-me-not,” is the informal name of the Myosotis flower, generally known for being small, with 5 blue or purple petals. For Freemasons, the forget-me-not is a symbol that reminds us of resilience and resistance, and of love for the Fraternity and it's principles, even under distress and persecution.

Standing 50cm(20inches) high and 23cm(9inches across). The forget-me-not's are fabricated, fully assembled and dispatched by our apprentices from our factory in Kent. Meaning that 25% of your purchase will go to the Province of East Kent 2025 Festival.

Each flower costs £20.00 including vat and delivery 

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The Province of

East Kent

2025 Festival

What will your donation do?

  • Funded entirely through the generosity of Freemasons and their families, the Masonic Charitable Foundation is one of the largest grant-making charities in the country.

  • Most of the support provided by the Masonic Charitable Foundation takes the form of financial grants to individuals and families to assist with daily living costs.  They can also award grants to provide specific items or services.

  • A range of health and care needs, including medical and dental treatments, counselling and mobility aids or home adaptations are supported, with funding also available for respite, residential, nursing and dementia care.

  • Their professional Advice and Support team offers confidential and practical guidance about the support available from the Masonic Charitable Foundation and many other organisations.

  • In addition to the support they provide to Freemasons and their families, the Masonic Charitable Foundation awards millions of pounds each year to local and national charities that help vulnerable people, advance medical research and provide opportunities for young people.

  • They also help to fund vital services such as hospices and air ambulances and regularly contribute to worldwide appeals for disaster relief.  In total, their support helps to improve the lives of thousands of people every year in England, Wales and internationally.