Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire

Completion of the Quest

An informative and entertaining presentation, which provides a fascinating insight to our Craft Heritage as well as its historical and indissoluble relationship with the Royal Arch is being held, to which all Warwickshire Freemasons, and in particular newly raised Master Masons, are cordially invited to attend.

The event will be led by the Deputy Grand Superintendent of Warwickshire, E Comp Rex Lowin, who will give an explanation of the Holy Royal Arch and why it is the final step in completing the journey through “Pure Antient Masonry”.

It is being hosted by the Chapter of Fortitude 43, the oldest Chapter in Warwickshire, and will be held on Tuesday 12th February 2013 at 6.30pm at The Clarendon Suites, Stirling Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B16 9SB

A short meeting of the Chapter will be held at 5.30pm prior to the presentation, to which all RA Masons are welcome to attend if they wish. The presentation itself will commence at 6.30pm and will be followed by an informal three course meal (includes wine and tea/coffee, cost £20) for those who wish to enjoy the event fully.

Full details can be seen by clicking here, or for futher information and to book in, email Peter Wellings: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. tel: 07973 135761.

Cooking up Help at Home Farm Trust

Home Farm Trust (HFT) is a national charity assisting people with learning disabilities, and their families, helping the people they support to live the life they choose.

The Trust works in partnership with their clients and their families, together with health professionals to develop effective, person-centred services. They meet a strict set of quality and safety standards and regulations focused on meeting the needs of the people they support.

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Craft bowls over the Mark

A snowy Sunday saw the inaugural Annual Skittles Match between members of the Mark and the acting Provincial Officers in the Craft.

The Ivy Club in Sheldon was full of players and supporters from both Orders all of whom enjoyed a friendly, competitive game and a superb buffet lunch provided by W Bro Cedric Stiles. The Mark degree very generously provided an engraved Trophy.

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Dynamic Duo visit Show

The Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Councillor John Lines invited Freemasons from Warwickshire and Worcestershire to attend the annual Lord Mayor’s show in the City centre, helping to raise funds for his chosen charities. A mini-heatwave brought Midlanders out in their thousands to enjoy the event, which included a huge number of stalls and displays by local charities, emergency and armed services, uniformed organisations and community groups as well as a wide variety of food and refreshment vendors.

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Encounters: Artists and Freemasonry

The next exhibition in The Library and Museum at Grand Lodge headquarters in Great Queen Street, London WC2B 5AZ is Encounters: Artists and Freemasonry. It runs from Monday 25th February 2013 - Friday 20th September 2013 and admission is free.

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Contact Us

The Provincial Grand Lodge of Warwickshire
Yenton Assembly Rooms
73, Gravelly Hill North, Erdington
Birmingham B23 6BJ

Twitter: https://twitter.com/WarwickshirePGL

For Masonic enquiries:
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Tel: 0121 454 4422

The United Grand Lodge of England (UGLE) is the governing body for freemasons within England and Wales and districts overseas.