Installation of Pro Provincial Grand Master and Most Excellent Grand Superintendent
On Thursday 19 July 2018, V. W. Bro Peter R. A. Baker, PGSwdB, Past Deputy Provincial Grand Master, will be Installed as the Pro Provincial Grand Master for, and Most Excellent Grand Superintendent in and over, the Province of Middlesex at FREEMASONS’ HALL, Great Queen Street, London WC2.
The ROYAL ARCH Installation will be in the morning with Provincial Grand Chapter opening at 11.00am, followed by lunch at the Grand Connaught Rooms.
The CRAFT Installation will be in the afternoon with Provincial Grand Lodge opening at 3.45pm.
The Installing Officer will be one of the Rulers supported by the Grand Director of Ceremonies and his team. Please do not miss the opportunity to witness this special occasion and to support our new Pro Provincial Grand Master and Grand Superintendent.More information together with booking forms will be sent out next the week. Please book early as we are expecting a large turnout to these special meetings of Provincial Grand Chapter and Provincial Grand Lodge.
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