Craft News

Huntingdon Masonic Centre Open Day attracted 15 potential Candidates and members across the four Craft Lodges: Socrates, Hinchingbrooke, Samuel Pepys and Meridian.

24 03 23 Huntingdon Open Day 2

Bro Lee Swiggelaar, WBro Tom Coles, WBro Phil Miles, Bro Geoff Douthwaite WBro Cliff Summer and WBro Jeremy Crompton

The presentation was due to made at Ceres Lodge Installation meeting October 2023, by the Asst Prov Grand Master, W. Bro Tim Almond, unfortunately W. Bro David was unavailable.

Taking place on Wednesday 13th March 24 at the 503rd meeting of Ceres Lodge 6977, W Bro Stephen Hardy, started by saying “I am honoured and it is my pleasure to make this presentation on behalf of the Provincial Grand Master R. Worshipful Bro Mark Constant”

24 03 20 David Watson

At the Lodge of St Paul on Tuesday 12th March 2024, over forty visitors including fifteen active Provincial officers were in attendance to support WBro Dan Cooke, in his official capacity as the representative of the PGM. WBro Dan had just been welcomed by the WM when there was a firm knock on the door. It was an absolute shock to all when the ProvGDC Roger Blason entered and announced that the PGM RWBro Mark Constant demanded admission, with ProvGSec William Diggins in support. The imperturbable WM WBro David Etty was a little perplexed when the PGM accepted the gavel and assumed the chair of KS. This unusual start soon revealed its purpose when the PGM revisited a harrowing incident from a previous meeting when WBro Michael Branch suffered a cardiac arrest. 

On Friday 15th March 2024 Old Kimboltonians’ Lodge No 7204 remembered one of its ‘Old Boys’ when the PGM RW Bro Mark Constant presented W Bro John Herbert Hill with his 50year Jubilee Certificate.


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