Grand Lodge Quarterly Communications – Master Masons Scheme to Attend

Grand Lodge is continuing a scheme to enable Master Masons not serving in the office of Warden to attend Quarterly Communications and experience Grand Lodge proceedings and the splendour of the Grand Temple

The next Quarterly Communications of Grand Lodge will be held on Wednesday 13th June 2018 at 12 noon and will normally be concluded around 1.00 pm. MMs are required to arrive by 11.15am for registration and be seated by 11.45am.

This is a reminder to encourage all Master Masons who have received their Grand Lodge Certificates and not serving in the office of Warden to attend the Quarterly Communications and enjoy a Grand Lodge meeting at its best.

Admission is by ticket only. Full information will be communicated in advance.

It is our intention to meet at the Freemasons’ Arms after proceedings for refreshments and a bite to eat if required and where we may be honoured by a visit by the Pro, or the Deputy ProvGM, for a chat and a drink with the “boys”.

If you haven’t already done so, could you bring this event to the attention of your members and urge them to come along, would you also please forward this message to the Lodge Events Coordinator and the Mentor if one is appointed.

All Past Masters are encouraged to attend with the MMs to guide and inform them on procedures of Grand Lodge.

Those MMs attending will need to wear a dark suit or morning dress, their Master Mason aprons (no Lodge collars), white gloves and either a plain black tie or the Craft tie.

Please note that the Provincial tie must not be worn.

The closing date for applications is Friday 1st June 2018, but please don’t leave it too late, we have a limited number of seats allocated.

Please reply directly to me by either telephone, or email so that I can register your attendance.

Electronic tickets will then be sent to you from Grand Lodge.

Yours sincerely and fraternally,

Timothy Hill
PProvGStwd

Email:thmasonic@btinternet.com

Mobile: 07748 808114

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