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Cick on the image above to view article...   Sixty-four Freemasons who won the Victoria Cross during the First World War, have been honoured at a ceremony in London today. Their names have been inscribed on paving-stones outside the organisation's UK headquarters.     A short highlight of the ceremony can be viewed here
Not one but four Grand Lodge Certificates At the February meeting of the lodge W. Bro Denis Stubley, representing the Provincial Grand Master, performed a duty which he had never witnessed in almost forty years of masonry. Denis was asked by the lodge to present no less than four Grand Lodge certificates at the same time. Francis Drake Lodge is growing at quite a pace at the moment with many new members being initiated. Indeed at this meeting alone, a further four candidates were proposed for membership. The lodge will have a difficult task ahead to keep all the new…
The Holderness Lodge No 3563, from Hull, in the Province of Yorkshire North & East Ridings, had, for them, a unique event on Monday 28th November 2016.The Worshipful Master, W Bro Stephen Cox, had asked for three members of the Lodge, to be presented with Certificates, celebrating their 50 years in Freemasonry, by the Deputy Provincial Grand Master, V W Bro William Henry Fisher. The Deputy Provincial Grand Master said that he wouldn’t miss an event like this and readily agreed.• Bro. George Mackay Walter Ballantyne: Initiated into the Lodge of St James – Hawick – Scottish Constitution on 2nd…
PROVINCIAL GRAND LODGE OF YORKSHIRE NORTH AND EAST RIDINGS REGALIA EXCHANGE SWAP, DONATE OR BUY YOUR REGALIA For further details contact: your local Provincial Grand Steward,or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Tel: 01723515606
Cruising round the UK this August, it was warm enough for shorts and short sleeved shirts. During one sea day, I wandered around the ship in a Daggards tee-shirt, which bears the logo of a treble clef framed by the square and compasses. (A treble clef is, of course, a stylised letter G – in music it points out where the G line is on the stave.)Sometimes Freemasons get together on cruises, organising a formal gathering with their wives for a pre-prandial cocktail and canapés before the black tie dinner – often the captain and senior officers are invited, and…
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