Charity for children with hearing loss receives boost

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A CHILDREN’S charity has received a huge cash boost from the Freemasons.

The Freemasons Grand Charity has dished out £27,000 in grants, including £5,000 to the Portsmouth-based Elizabeth Foundation.

The charity supports infants and pre-school children who are suffering from hearing loss.

Dr Sue Campbell, chief executive of the foundation, said: ‘The grant will enable us to continue to support the education and welfare of children with hearing loss.’