The Farnborough Masonic Centre Open Day is on Saturday 10th September. Whether your interested in Freemasonry in general or wish to have a look around, all are welcome!
Last night the Assistant Provincial Grand Master W.Bro. William Withers hosted the annual North East Area Worshipful Master and Master Elect dinner, at the Bordon Masonic Centre. We were very pleased to welcome the Provincial Grand Master R.W.Bro. Michael J. Wilks, who was able to meet the attending Brethren and address them in regards to the role and duties of being Master of a Lodge.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Provincial Grand Master for attending, and also those Brethren who assisted in the organisation and running of the event.
To celebrate the culmination of fund raising for the RMTGB by our Brethren, the Province will be organising a Gala Festival at the Bournemouth International Centre on Saturday 22nd October 2016 (17:30 – 01:00). The event will be a chance to enjoy and celebrate the achievement, with dinner and dancing.
Booking for the event can be made via the http://squareevents.org/ service, and there is a closing date of the 30th September to reserve your places. This is a Black Tie (and Black Dinner Jacket) event and costs £75 per person, which includes a half bottle of wine. Please note that tables seat 10.
The Farnborough Masonic Centre has organised a free of charge chauffeur driven coach for those members attending. It departs at 14:45 from the centre, with the return journey leaving Bournemouth International Centre at 23:00. Places are limited and therefore will be operated on a first come first served basis. Please contact Dennis Skouras for further information in regards to booking your place.
NE Area Exec thanks Andy Duff for his 3 years service as Aldershot VC
Freemasons from the Alton Masonic Centre recently took part in the towns Victorian Cricket competition. This was the first year that the Alton Centre fielded a team, and all that participated commented on what an excellent event it was. At the culmination of the day the Alton Masons were presented the Barry Perkins Trophy for Sports Personalities of the Tournament.
All proceeds of the day were donated to the St. Michael’s Hospice, which includes profits from the beer tent so the donation is likely to be significant.