Following the recent flooding in Lincolnshire the Mark and Craft Masons in Lincolnshire have donated £75,000 to help the victims.
At the Cumberland and Westmorland Mark Provincial Meeting on Thursday the 20th June, the Provincial Grand Master RWBro Keith Hodgson, presented a cheque for more “Lincolnshire Freemasons donate £75,000 to flood victims in Wainfleet”
All combinations that sit comfortably on the tongue, eye and in the memory.
The Rugby Football Lodge of Mark Master Masons held its latest meeting and installation ceremony on Thursday the 30th May at Rochdale Masonic Hall. The combination of Rugby Football and Mark Masonry is not as immediately recognisable as the above but somehow it works, and it works really well. The Mark Masonry is very much the standard protocol with exceptional ritual and a great membership of Mark Masons whose hobbies and interests also encompass Rugby Football, even the Summons more “Cheese & Onion, Black & White, Morecambe & Wise.”
Tuesday 11th of June saw the annual investiture meeting of Grand Mark Lodge at Great Queen Street London.
42 East Lancashire Mark Masons met at Piccadilly Station in Manchester to be greeted by Tracy our regular guide, on our way to London. Boarding at 7-58 am in no time at all the boxes of more “Mark Masons meet at Piccadilly”
Dennis Schiff has organised a great night out at Rochdale Football Club on 7th March 2020 next year. Plenty of notice. The entertainment is an Abba Tribute band, and we all love the sounds of Abba from the 70s and 80s. It’s in aid of the Mark 2021 Festival so is worthy of good support, and I promise you will have to bring your dancing shoes.
more “2021 Festival – Abba Tribute Night”
Union Mark Lodge No. 171 held their last meeting of the season at Uppermill Lodge room on Monday, May 20th. Attending the meeting was the Deputy Provincial Grand Master John Hartley Smith, ably accompanied by 9 Provincial officers of the year.
A lecture was delivered by W.Bro. Eddie Barton which more “Union Mark 171 – end season on a high”
Tuesday 7th May witnessed William Romaine Calendar No.136, which meets in Bury, hosting yet another advancement into the Mark degree. Worshipful Master Stewart Mills was in the chair and more “William Romaine Calendar Hosts yet another advancement”
Saturday, April 6 saw 46 light-hearted people get together for a Manchester City cruise. At the time of booking a hot & cold buffet was planned but at the last moment, the cruise company called to say that due to good numbers a 3-course lunch would be served at no more “Manchester City Canal Cruise.”