TECHNOLOGY charity Lifelites and Middlesex Freemasons are working together to help children with life-limiting conditions in the county.

Lifelites held a photo shoot with the freemasons at Ruislip Lido to highlight the needs of such children, using hospice services and life-changing technology.

Virtual Reality (VR) is one item that Lifelites donates to give children a chance to leave their hospice bed or wheelchair and go on incredible adventures.

The photo shoot  was part of a wider campaign highlighting the ongoing support of freemasons in many parts of the country for Lifelites’ work.

Middlesex Freemasons have pledged £50,000 to support its work over the next four years.

Lifelites has been donating equipment and services to every children’s hospice across the British Isles for the past 22 years and is the only charity that does this.