Group membership officers have been busy answering questions about Freemasonry from visitors to their stand at Southport Flower Show.
This is the fourth year that the Province has had a stand at the show and Southport Membership Officer Peter Martin said the number of people visiting the stand during the first day had been encouraging and showed an increase on the last time he was at the show.
Visitors to the stand were encouraged to ask questions about Freemasonry. They were also encouraged to visit the David Bellamy Primary School Design-a-Garden competition gardens which are sponsored by the West Lancashire Freemasons’ Charity and were located next to the Membership display.
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