Mike Clanfield

Provincial Grand Charity Steward

Personal Details

Mike was born in February 1950 in Harrow on the Hill, Middlesex, He was educated at The Grange in Aylesbury and retired after a 50 year career in the Police, the last 25 years as a Senior Officer in the Professional Standards Department.Mike married his wife Rose in 1970 and has a son and daughter and five grandchildren. His interests are travelling in his motorhome, squash, golf and cycling.

Masonic CV

Craft

  • Initiated into Vale Lodge 6632 in 1993 - Worshipful Master in 2001 and presently Secretary.
  • Joining member of Grenfell Lodge 3077 in 2017 and presently Secretary.
  • Joined Bucks Masters Lodge 3305 in 2008.
  • Joined Notarius Lodge 9662 in 2013.
  • Appointed Provincial Assistant Grand Standard Bearer in 2007.
  • Promoted to Past Provincial Junior Grand Deacon in 2010.
  • Promoted to Provincial Grand Sword Bearer in 2015.
  • Appointed Assistant Provincial Grand Charity Steward in 2017.
  • Honorary member of Buckinghamshire Motor Cycle Lodge 9926
  • Visiting Officer for Secklow Hundred Lodge 9569.
  • Provincial Licence Holder and Organiser for Webinars.
  • Provincial Co-ordinator for Bucks Masonic Wanderers.
  • Provincial Organiser for Master Elect Training.
  • Member of the Provincial Grand Officers Club.

Royal Arch

  • Exalted into Hampden Chapter 6483 in 1998 - MEZ in 2010.
  • Joining member of Wineslai Chapter 2435 in 2017
  • Joined Bucks First Principals in 2015 and presently Assistant Scribe E.
  • Provincial Central Area Co-ordinator for the Travelling Sojourners.
  • Member of the Talking Heads and In Camera Presentation Team.
  • Appointed Provincial Assistant Grand Director of Ceremonies in 2010.
  • Promoted to Provincial Grand Sojourner in 2017

Rose Croix

  • Perfected into Robert de Turnham Chapter 917 in 2006 – MWS in 2011.
  • Joined Higher Degrees in 2016 and presently Recorder.

Royal Order of Scotland

  • Avanced into Provincial Grand Lodge of the Cotswolds in 2015. 

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