June 2018

Monthly Archives

  • Tithebarn trips out

    In addition to the daily activities arranged by the staff of Tithebarn for the residents, the Friends of Tithebarn also organise various other events and trips out. Two such trips have been a trip to United Grand Lodge in Queen Street, London and a trip to Liverpool to see the Terracotta Warriors. There is also […]

  • Crafty companions ride again

    After much planning and consideration of availability the Crafty Companion’s Cycling Circle (CCCC) charity bike ride for 2018 has now got underway. This year sees the group on their fifth consecutive ride, and as of two years ago, will finish in London, with a slight change to the former route due to the obstacle of […]

  • The sun shines on Wigan bowlers

    It had begun to look like the English weather conspired against the Wigan Group Bowling Tournament, with the occasion being blighted by inclement conditions in past years, with howling winds adding the excitement of last year’s proceedings, making it a test of perseverance as well as bowling skills. This year however the venue, Highfield Bowling […]

  • Fabulous day again

    The annual event of the Warrington Group Masonic Golf Society was again held at Haydock Park Golf Club. The course is an attractive well-established parkland course of 18 holes, 6058 yards, designed by James Braid. Most fairways being lined by well-established mature trees. Greenside sand traps and fairway undulations present difficulties to both high and […]

  • WLFC continues to support Lifelites

    West Lancashire Provincial Grand Master Tony Harrison presented £5,000 to Lifelites, the Freemasons’ funded charity that provides state-of-the-art life-changing assistance technology to children’s hospices. The presentation was made to the CEO of the charity, when she visited Blackpool recently during a nationwide fund raising initiative.   Through the magic of technology, Lifelites gives severely disabled […]

  • WLMCCC Event Report June 2018

    A report by Adrian Dean, WLMCCC Communications Officer. The Oak Royal Golf & Country Club is a new venue for the West Lancashire Masonic Classic Car Club and what a great find!  Located in the stunning countryside of the Ribble Valley, the Oak Royal has magnificent views of the Pendle Hills from its sumptuous restaurant.  […]

  • Adele’s Ladies’ Night

    Friends, colleagues and brethren of Adele and Allan Shields celebrated Adele’s Ladies’ Night in fine style. Allan, who is the master of Rockhaven and Horwich Lodge No 2324, welcomed the brethren, friends and guests to the special occasion. The special occasion, which was held at the very swish and newly refurbished Brookfield Hall, is the […]

  • The new Storey of Piel Castle

    Tony Jackson capped a fine year as the master of Piel Castle Lodge No 6099 in delivering an excellent ceremony as he installed Lee Storey as his successor. The meeting at Barrow-in-Furness Masonic Hall was well attended with over 100 brethren being present to witness proceedings. The principal guest at this special occasion was John […]