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D-Day 75th Anniversary Celebration Lunch

Cymbeline Lodge 9004 celebrated the 75th D-Day Anniversary with a lunch at the Bell Hotel in Winslow, where over £900 was raised for the Festival Fortnight.

Buckinghamshire Provincial Grand Stewards Lodge 100th meeting

Buckinghamshire Provincial Grand Stewards Lodge No 9222 held their 100th meeting on Saturday the 11th of May 2019 at the Marlow Masonic Centre.

Classic Car Lodge Special Installation

The Bucks Classic Car Lodge had a very special installation recently at Brooklands race track.

Leo Kyte receives 50 year Certificate

Leo Kyte, who many of us know as a wonderful organist at our Lodge meetings, recently received his 50th-year certificate and promotion to PPSGD from the Bucks Provincial Grand Master John Clark at the Grenville Lodge no 1787.
Leo is an Organist at over 13 Lodges in three Provinces.

Stubby's Legacy

Our Brother Trevor Stubbings,PAGDC, passed to the Grand Lodge above on 3rd October 2018 but his memory lives on through donations made in his memory in support of his favourite charities,

Secklow Hundred Entertains…

Stony Stratford-based Lodge, Secklow Hundred 9569 recently held a White Table meeting.

The idea was to open the lodge up to friends and family.
After the lodge meeting, the lodge’s guests were treated to a short talk about the offices in the lodge, and for many, it was a first chance to glimpse the inside of a lodge room.
The main event of the evening was the actual white table itself.

Diners were treated to a good range of dinner jazz, sung by Paul French (WM of Verney Lodge).

As the diners finished their food, Paul got into his stride and moved on an upbeat and humorous selection of soul, rock n roll, and standards. He got the audience feet tapping and even got a few brethren to join in the act.
The evening was so successful, Secklow Hundred are going to hold a second event in June 2019, in support of the Festival Fortnight


Disability Seminar - Our Duty of Care

Our late brother W.Bro Brian Baker highlighted the responsibility and duty of care of Masonic Lodges and those running their meeting places have in regard to compliance to Equality Act 2010. This act provides protection from discrimination of disabled people in a range of circumstances including the provision of safe access to, and usage, of public buildings. This includes disability in its many forms physical, age, mental and sensory.

Cliff Drake Leads the The 2019 Golfing PAR-athon

On Thursday 20th June Cliff shall endeavour to play as many rounds of golf as possible in one day,

Festival Fortnight Celebration Ball

Festival Fortnight Celebration Ball

Join us at the Celebration Ball for the Grand finale to the
Buckinghamshire Provincial Grand Lodge Festival fortnight.

Saturday 22 June 2019

Tickets £70, available here

Letter from MP Iain Stewart thanking Buckinghamshire Freemasons

We recently received this letter from MP Iain Stewart from Milton Keynes South congratulating Roman Way Lodge for their support of Meresbrook Infant School.