The Annual Provincial Grand Lodge Meeting

The Annual Provincial Grand Lodge Meeting

Saturday 19th May saw the annual Provincial Grand Lodge meeting at Stoneleigh Park. If you’ve not attended a PGL meeting, it is a splendid spectacle and well worthily recommended! The day started with reception coffee and breakfast baps, descended on by approximately 800 Brethren from the Province of Warwickshire from as early as 8 am. There was an excellent array of faces, ages, jewels and aprons!

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NYMCC 2017

NYMCC 2017

Saturday 13th of October saw the New and Young Mason’s Club conference landing in Birmingham, in the beautiful Severn Street Masonic Lodge Rooms. Along with 100 attendees, from 35 Provinces, we were honoured to receive speeches from Provincial Grand Masters, RW Bro David Macey and RW Bro Gareth Jones and exceptionally privileged by the attendance of Deputy Grand Master RW Bro Jonathan Spence both attending and giving the keynote address.

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The Masonic Paper Competition 2017/18

The Masonic Paper Competition 2017/18

As part of the Development and Education Committee, we are continuing to set up a central database of papers written by members of our Lodges, and which can be drawn on by all. This will be in addition to continuing to deliver Orations.

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Reaching out to the Homeless…

Reaching out to the Homeless…

In a meeting last year in November the Five of Nine Club’s committee members met to discuss and plan our forthcoming activities. It was unanimously agreed that we all wanted to give back to the most vulnerable and those in need over the festive season. Although we came up with a number of ideas, it was felt that we should pursue an activity that would have a real, practical and immediate effect on those that we sought assist and support.

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Looking Beyond the Craft

Looking Beyond the Craft

Saturday 14th January 2017, all roads for Five of Nine Club members and invited guests led to St Pauls Club, in the heart of Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.  The setting was a beautiful Edwardian building home to some of Warwickshire’s Masonic lodges. 

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