The University of Birmingham Lodge 5628 was graced with the presence of the Provincial Grand Master, the Deputy PGM and one of the Assistant PGMs at a historic quadruple initiation.
Worshipful Master Ron Parker was ably assisted by his Officers, with much appreciated help from the Provincial Support Team managed by W Bro Michael Midgley.
A more expanded account of the evening, together with photo coverage, can be seen on the Lodge's website news page www.uobmasoniclodge.org.uk/
Rabbie comes to Edgbaston
Orion Lodge 4993 are holding a Burns Supper following their regular Lodge meeting on Thursday 24th January 2013 at The Clarendon Suites, Stirling Road, Edgbaston B16 9SB.
All Masons are welcome to attend, together with their Wives, Partners, Masonic and non-Masonic Friends and their Wives and Partners too.
Dinner will be served at 7.30 pm and costs £27.00 to include Drinks with the meal.
Secrets of Station X
Griffin Lodge of Installed Masters 9737 invite all Masons, their families and friends to a presentation by Susan Slater on Bletchley Park and its role in World War Two, with a relaxing meal afterwards, on Monday 30th January 2012.
The presentation will commence at 6.45pm following a short Lodge meeting at the Rugby Masonic Hall, Church Walk. Cost for the three course meal is £15 per person.
Severn Street and Athol host TKS Tour Party
Eighteen members and their ladies from the Bath Masonic Hall Trust toured the Toye Kenning & Spencer factories in Bedworth and
An informative talk on the history and origins of the oldest Masonic meeting place in
St Mary Strikes Gold
The Family Treasure Hunt around the streets of historic Warwick town centre organised by the Master of St Mary's Lodge 7244 W Bro Graham Earle, was highly successful and also raised £67 for the Royal Masonic Trust for Girls and Boys, at the same time raising the profile of the Trust.
It was held on a Sunday afternoon with the base point at Alderson House Masonic rooms. Participants included Lodge members together with their families and friends who all assembled for tea and games following their adventure.
Graham will organise a larger event next year, and hopes this will become an annual occasion. Photos from the Treasure Hunt can be seen on the St Mary's Lodge website here.
We know where it is! (l-r) Andy, John and Stacey Nelson from Coventry.