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Bucks Masonic Charity Clay 2nd Summer 2018 Shoot

The Bucks Masonic Clay Pigeon Shooting Association held it’s second Summer shoot of 2018 at Common Leys shooting ground at Waterperry Common, Oxfordshire in early September.

Kerala flood victims receive £20,000 from Freemasons in England and Wales

Thousands of people whose lives have been devastated by flooding in the Indian state of Kerala will be given urgently needed humanitarian assistance, thanks to a grant from the Masonic community. 

Buckinghamshire Masonic Choir -- Join us!

Brethren, did you know that there is a Buckinghamshire Masonic Choir which is open to all Freemasons to join? 

Bucks PGM Praises Junior Members

PGM John Clark is promising to make multi-lodges of instruction one of his top priorities for the next year. 

Successful Open Day at The Bletchley Centre

A successful Open day was held on 19thAugust at Bletchley Masonic Centre attended by the Mayor of Milton Keynes, Councillor Martin Petchey.

PSA Testing at Beaconsfield Masonic Centres

Following the recent highly successful PSA testing at Bletchley, the next free PSA testing session will be held at the Beaconsfield Masonic Centre. 

Provincial Grand Lodge / Royal Arch Announcement

Excellent Companion Paul Savage, Deputy Grand Superintendent, has requested to stand down from office with effect from 25th March 2019.

David Durn to be our next Provincial Grand Registrar

After six years of dedicated work as Provincial Grand Registrar, Graham Thorn will retire from this post at the forthcoming Provincial Meeting in October.

BMGS inaugural competition for the Derek Trice Memorial Trophy

On the 16th of July, members of the BMGS played the inaugural competition for the Derek Trice Memorial Trophy at Harleyford. 

The Great Coast to Coast Challenge following the route of Hadrian’s Wall

John Waller & Martin Robinson of St Giles No. 8555 Lodge based in Bletchley walked the route of Hadrian’s Wall.

BMBA Intra-Association Cup Competition 19th July

On a blisteringly hot afternoon, 10 pairs of players competed in three matches of 8 ends against each other to decide the winners of the 2018 contest.