Buckinghamshire Freemasons were recently delighted to award the Adult Learning Foundation (ALF) at Longridge on the Thames more than £3,500 towards climbing equipment for their climbing and high ropes facilities.
The Provincial Grand Master and the Provincial Grand Master designate are pleased to announce the appointment of Philip Blacklaw as an Assistant Provincial Grand Master for the Province of Buckinghamshire.
Year 6 pupils from Cippenham School, in Slough, recently enjoyed an end of term day out at Whipsnade Zoo thanks to Buckinghamshire Freemasons.
It was a sweltering hot Sunday afternoon in mid-Bucks, but that did not dampen the spirits or diminish the enthusiasm of the junior teams of Hawridge & Cholesbury and Ballinger Cricket Clubs.
Seer Green Ladies Festival raises £13,400 for the Rennie Grove Hospice
Another of the fine sporting events to celebrate the Tercentenary was held last month.
On June 24th 1717 four London Lodges of Freemasons met at the Goose and Gridiron Tavern near St Paul's Cathedral and formed the first Grand Lodge of England.
Formed in July 2011 Chiltern Music Therapy (CMT), which is based in Chesham, is dedicated to providing high quality, evidence-based Music Therapy services to people of all ages and many different needs, across the South East.
The Tercentenary Fly-fishing contest was held on 29th April and featured teams from the Provinces of Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hertfordshire and Middlesex.
I wish to inform you that The Most Worshipful The Grand Master, His Royal Highness, The Duke of Kent, is pleased to announce that W.Bro John Clark, PSGD, Assistant Provincial Grand Master, will succeed R.W Bro Gordon Robertson as Provincial Grand Master for the Province of Buckinghamshire.
As a London lodge, consecrated in 1947, which was struggling and on the verge of handing in its warrant, it was recently desperate times for New Urban Lodge 6371.
Monday, May 22nd 2017 saw the consecration of the second new Lodge in less than 12 months in the Masonic Province of Buckinghamshire.
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