Graham Cooper

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Fearnley Lodge invites Craft Masons to learn about the ‘Magic of the Mark’

Fearnley Lodge of Mark Master Masons No.58 which meets at Mirfield Lodge Rooms King Street Mirfield, WF14 8AW. will not be holding its usual meeting on the 12th February 2020. Instead, the meeting will be held on the 4th March 2020 and will take the form of a presentation evening, when V.W.Bro. Rod Taylor will present his talk entitled “The Magic of the Mark” designed to give our colleagues in the Craft who are not …

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Climbing to the ‘roof of Africa’

W. Bro Steven Spooner Prov. G.M.O. of Brighouse Lodge of MMM No. 753 is about to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. The trek takes place between September 30th and October 8th. Kilimanjaro is the “roof of Africa”, the highest free-standing mountain in the world and is situated in Tanzania. 5,895 metres (19,650 ft). It is a spectacular trek, culminating in an arduous climb to the summit, starting at midnight and arriving at the rim of the volcanic …

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Province becomes a Grand Patron of the Craft 2017 RMBI Festival

The Mark Province of West Yorkshire has been awarded Grand Patronage of the Yorkshire West Riding 2017 RMBI Festival, for donations it has made over the Festival period. Donations of £13,000 have so far been made to the Craft Festival Appeal by our Charity, the Cleeves and Whitehead Trust, demonstrating the continued generosity of all Mark Masons in the Province to Charity and the close relationship the Mark has with the Craft. The Patronage comes …

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Fun in the sun at Tadcaster

Fun in the evening sun at Tadcaster as Jack Pigott, Paul Clarke, Stuart Cadman and Peter Jestey “pump up the action” with the official unveiling of two £15,000 emergency flood relief pumps paid for by Craft Masons and Mark Master Masons. This is Freemasonry at the very heart of the community!

The Cleeves & Whitehead Trust Holiday to Llandudno: Sunday 3-10th July 2016

What a joy it was to be accepted and to enjoy one week in North Wales, funded by The Cleeves and Whitehead Trust. My wife Sylvia and I were very pleased to have been included. We all congregated opposite the Brighouse Masonic Hall, to board our coach to Llandudno. The baggage was taken care of, and it was lovely to see so many of our Rulers helping to organise in the crowd of well wishers, …

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