Statement from the Executive of the Craft & Royal Arch Province of Middlesex

We can announce that to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of R.W. Bro. Alastair Mason, the Most Worshipful The Grand Master / the Most Excellent The First Grand Principal, HRH the Duke of Kent KG, has been pleased to appoint V.W. Bro. Peter Baker PGSwdB (PAGSoj), Past Deputy Provincial Grand Master from 2001 – 2010, as Pro Provincial Grand Master for and Grand Superintendent in and over the Masonic Province of Middlesex.

The date for the installation of the Pro Provincial Grand Master and Grand Superintendent Designate will be announced in due course.

We wish V.W. Bro. Peter Baker the very best in his new role and we are sure that you would like to support him at his Installation.

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