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WANTED MASONIC EDUCATORS Our Province is part of a National Education Initiative which is about to make Educational and Learning Material for both the Craft and Royal Arch, and its associated ‘Good Practice’, readily accessible to us all, via the internet.To contribute to this initiative, and make the best use of this windfall and adapt it to our needs, we are creating our own EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT GROUP, populated by masons with special skills, knowledge and experience. So, if you feel you can assist, by carrying out one of the following roles: -• Education Officer or Deputy - leading and managing…
The Ridings Tablers Lodge held their 163rd meeting by dispensation at RMBI Connaught Court in York at the end of May. This was perhaps one of the hottest days of the year at that time and gratefully the members and guests were excused jackets.The library was utilised for the meeting and it was attended by W. Bro. David Galliford PGC and several other resident masons all of whom enjoyed being escorted in as special guests. On conclusion of the meeting the residents gave greetings from their respective Lodges and Province. Connaught Court laid on a fantastic buffet supper for which…
YORK MINSTER is indicative of the importance of traditional skills passing through the ages. In contrast to today’s glass, steel and concrete edifices, it continues to retain its splendour because it has been lovingly – and faithfully – preserved by craftspeople who have respected and upheld the work of their forebears. It’s all the more reason to welcome the appointment of three apprentice stonemasons after the Minster received a £170,000 grant from Yorkshire, North and East Ridings Freemasons. Without old skills being passed to new generations, celebrated buildings like York Minster will lose the charm and character which make them…
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