What a wonderful evening as St Margaret’s lodge of mark master Mason installed their new Worshipful Master, W. Bro. Paul Hartshorn. A first class ceremony, let by the Installing Master, W. Bro. Allan Howells was followed by an excellent meal, enjoyed by all.
Our Provincial Grand Master was delighted to present no less than seven Mark Benevolent Fund Collars.
Well done to the brethren of St Margaret’s Lodge. Pictures PGM congratulates the new WM and the festive board
Beaufort Mark’s New Worshipful Master W. Bro. Mark Stuart Timothy (glasses) with Installing Master W. Bro. Paul McGrath. Also DPGM Taken at the installation meeting of Beaufort Lodge of Mark Master Masons.
Excellent night. Good ceremony. Excellent meal. Good company
On the 1st of April, V. W. Bro. Benjamin Dykes PGJO, ProvGChap was installed as Worshipful Master of the Portwall Lodge of Mark Master Masons in splendid style by W. Bro. J.R. Spary in the presents of our Deputy Provincial Grand Master, W. Bro. Philip Sefton.
After the meeting we all sat down to a splendid meal which was topped off with a main course of Confit Belly Pork with the finest crackling I have tasted in a long while.
A good time was had by all.
Torfaen Lodge of Royal Ark Mariners No 796 installation photograph. With the Provincial Grand Master at the back and Immediate Past Commander Keith Daniel (Left) and newly installed Commander Andrew Crump (Right). Picture taken by Norman Davies.
Rumours that W.C Keith Daniel bought a round of drinks after this are completely unfounded.
Last Wednesday the brethren of St John’s Lodge of Mark Master Masons were entertained by their Worshipful Master to an illuminated talk on A Few Famous Freemasons. From Wolfgang Mozart to Sir Stanley Matthews. Those St. John’s boy sure know how to enjoy themselves.
The Grand Secretary has been delighted to appoint W. Bro. George Reynolds of the Mark Province of Monmouthshire to Past Grand Junior Overseer thereby entitling him to the prefix of Very Worshipful Brother, in acknowledgment of his many years devoted service.
A lovely surprise for everyone. Thank you, Grand Secretary and congratulations, to Very Worshipful Brother George.
Monmouthshire Mark Masons shown recently delivering more bears to the Nevill Hall A&E Dept for distribution to children arriving at the hospital who need something to cuddle.
Sister Sharon Williams said “ We find the Teddy Bears a big help because they put the children at ease”
The pictures show WBro Randal Williams Chairman of the Teddy Bear Fund , Brian Evans Treasurer, both retiring from office, together with WBro Paul McGrath Asst Prov GChStwd and staff from A&E at Nevill Hall.