The North-East Corner Club has now become an incredibly popular scheme across the Province. Its objective is to promote a better understanding of the Craft among junior brethren, while encouraging bonding between members of different Lodges. This is achieved by a programme of meetings that are informal yet informative. NECC presenters put on interesting presentations and discuss aspects of Freemasonry which newer Brethren may not yet have discovered. Members are encouraged to feel at ease and ask questions either during the meeting or over a drink afterwards. The meetings are also an ideal place to meet fellow Masons from other Lodges thus expanding their circle of friendship. Dress informal, no regalia, no learning of ritual, and no membership fee.
The programme is now running from two main Centres; Bletchley for the North of the Province, and Beaconsfield for the South. We aim to hold 3 meetings per year in each of the two centres.
23rd March 2012. 10:30am Beaconsfield Masonic Centre. “Initiation to Illumination - your Journey through Freemasonry”
31st March 2012. Tour of Grand Lodge in London. The event includes return coach travel from Wolverton, Linslade, and Aylesbury Centres, a tour of Freemason’s Hall and Museum, a visit to Masonic shops, and lunch at the Freemason’s Arms. Partners and non-masonic friends welcome. Cost £20 per head. Further details from Paul Waldron,
Other forthcoming events for 2012, (dates to be advised)
This will comprise a presentation of the different degrees in Freemasonry that are “Beyond the Craft”, with a team of Brethren modelling the various sets of regalia. A dazzling and flamboyant display of regalia rarely seen by most Freemasons.
This meeting follows on from the Senior Officers event presented in 2011. It will provide you with an insight into the various Junior Offices in the Lodge that you will be holding over the next few years.
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