December 2018

Monthly Archives

  • A successful year for the Fishing Charity

    With four events effectively organised and completed, the West Lancashire branch of the Masonic Trout and Salmon Fishing Charity, had a very successful 2018. Three of the meetings were held at Whitmore Fishery, Greenhalgh, Kirkham, whilst a fourth was at Charity Farm, Wrightington, near Wigan. 47 individual young adults across the four events, together with […]

  • The fourth time for Darren

    The installation meeting of the Travellers’ Lodge No 4679 was held at the Warrington Masonic Hall. It was attended by 37 Masons to see Darren John Brown installed in the chair of King Solomon, by his predecessor Barry Corcoran, the installing master. On this occasion the lodge was honoured by the presence of the Deputy […]

  • Convivial Carols

    It is a cherished tradition that Warrington’s Festival of Readings and Carols, in various formats, has signalled the start of Christmas festivities in Warrington Masonry for many years. The Rev Michael Ridley once again lead an assembly of Masons, family and friends in a joyous celebration of the season, closely followed by hot drinks and […]

  • A golden celebration for Roger

    Roger Dimeloe, a member of the Lodge of Lights No 148, has celebrated 50 years in Freemasonry. When he was approached regarding how would he like to commemorate this special celebration he responded by saying he would prefer to have an informal meeting at his home. To this aim Kevin Poynton, Assistant Provincial Grand Master, […]

  • Christmas gifts to Warrington Hospital

    Representatives of the Warrington Group of Freemasons made their customary Christmas visit to the natal wards in Warrington Hospital to donate gifts to mothers and babies who will be spending their Christmas in the care of the hospital nursing staff. In lieu of sending Christmas cards to fellow Masons, Chris Todd, retiring Warrington Group Charity […]

  • A 1,000,000 more reasons to be proud!

    The Masonic Charitable Foundation (MCF) has launched a £1,000,000 three-year partnership with Age UK to fund a new project called ‘Later life Goals’. Through Later Life Goals, Age UK will offer tailored support to older people going through major life transitions such as bereavement, a partner going into care, retirement, financial hardship, reduced mobility or […]