Rochford Hundred Lodge 8922

A wheelie good effort

Left: Chris holds his bike aloft after finishing the gruelling 100 mile ride in aid of GOSH.









Right: Oh! dear Chris all bandaged up after dislocating his knee playing volleyball.

SUNDAY 4th August saw the Prudential Ride London event where competitors battle each other on two wheels over a 100 mile course around London and Surrey finishing at the Mall.


Our very own Lodge member Chris Hayden took part and finished the course in a creditable 6 hours 30 minutes all in the aid of his charity Great Ormond Street Hospital. Chris has managed to raise £600 on his JustGiving page so far.


Chris is an all action man and keeps himself very fit by cycling and many other sport activities.

Chris proudly holds the medal he received on completing the ride.

Chris joined the Lodge in December 2017 and is really enjoying his Freemasonry, he is presently a Steward but will soon be progressing through the Offices. He has already delivered various items of Ritual in the Lodge to a high standard. Not one to rest on his laurels he has already booked his entrance to the 2020 event. Well done Chris on all your efforts for GOSH showing us all what Freemasonry is all about.



Unfortunately we have to report that Chris has dislocated his knee playing volleyball in a team building event with his company Nando’s. He hopes to make a full recovery.