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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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A Display of Talent at White Rose Lodge of Mark Master Masons No. 1067

An excellent attendance at the Masonic hall, Hoyle Court on Monday 11 April to witness the advancement of Brother Howard Henry Thompson and the presentation of two Grand Lodge Certificates, not that exceptional you may say, but read on. The Lodge was opened in due form by the Worshipful Master, Worshipful Brother Michael John Kingdon after which, upon  a report, the Provincial Grand Master, Right Worshipful Brother James Steggles G.M.R.A.C. was admitted together with an appropriate …

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Pudsey Lodge of Mark Master Masons No. 658 Centenary Celebrations

Monday evening, 9 May 2016 and over 80 Brethren gathered together in Pudsey Masonic Hall to celebrate the 100th Birthday of Pudsey Lodge of Mark Master Masons No. 658. This special celebratory evening was further enhanced with the presence of the Pro. Grand Master, Most Worshipful Brother Richard Victor Wallace and our Provincial Grand Master, Right Worshipful Brother James Steggles G.M.R.A.C. together with the Grand Director of Ceremonies Right Worshipful Brother Kessick Jones and many …

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Provincial Officers of the Year Sunday Lunch, June 5th 2016

The Masonic Hall, King Street, Mirfield and, at the invitation of the Provincial Grand Master, Right  Worshipful Brother James Steggles G.M.R.A.C, a goodly number of the Provincial Officers of the year and their Ladies, attended an excellent Sunday Lunch. This was the 23rd event since the Provincial Grand Lodge Officers’ Luncheons were established by Right Worshipful Brother George Henry Philip Birch, during his period of stewardship of the Province.  They have since been thought of by …

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Thank you from the victims of the York and Tadcaster Floods

On the 10 June 2016, the Two Ridings Community Foundation organised a thank you meeting for the donors to the York Flood Appeal, at Brew York, Walmgate, York.  Brew York was an embryonic business that had just started when the Boxing Day floods hit the area. The purpose of the meeting was to allow the victims of the floods to thank some of the main donors to the York Floods Relief Fund, which also included flood …

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