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Bucks LOI's start with a packed Curry Night

The ever popular way to a mason's heart, besides their love of craft is with a good pint, a great meal and scintilating conversation.

Wednesday the 23rd of May was no exception as a record 26 masons from throughout Buckinghamshire attended our LOI kick off curry night at Chunteys Restaurant in High Wycombe. Members of more than 12 lodges were in attendance for a 3 course meal, many laughs, and catching up with other brethren from around the province. 

Hosted by members of the Summer LOI committee, the group assembled and took over more than 2/3rds of the restuarant for a lively dinner. Masons, and 2 guests with all colours of aprons from new initiatiates through to Tony Robinson, the ApGM for Buckinghamshire had a wonderful evening out.

The summer LOIs start the 13th of June at the Marlow Masonic Centre and will run sessions into early July there. After a short break, and a mystery "Light Blues" social evening on the 5th of July, they will reconvene at the Beaconsfield Masonic Center until end of August.

More details on the Summer LOIs, which are open to ALL brethren of the province are located here 

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