The Southport Masonic Hall Foundation has released its own official cufflinks. These quality cufflinks have been privately commissioned and their design is taken from one of the stained glass windows in the hall giving a unique identity to the Southport Group.
Publicity officer Robert Thornton-Davidson commented that the Southport Masonic Hall was once a Methodist Church converted in the 1950’s to the magnificent building we have today.
He said it is arguably one of the best halls in the Province and the use of the stained glass window to promote, not just Masonry but also the group’s home, made sense.
These cufflinks can be worn by members at any Masonic or social function, or with a business suit to work.
They can be given as gifts to visitors as a reminder of their time in Southport, bought as presents for Masonic friends in other Provinces, or for new brethren joining Freemasonry by their lodge in Southport, to be a keepsake of their initiation.
Colin Jenkins group chairman, Martin Lockyer group charity steward and Trever Rimmer from the Southport Masonic Hall Foundation think this is a great way to promote the hall and Freemasonry in Southport, as well as raising additional funds for the upkeep of the hall, with all profits going to the Hall Foundation.
The cost of these cufflinks is reasonably priced at £15, with £5 going directly to the Hall Foundation.
They can be purchased from the bar in the hall lounge or by searching for ‘Southport Group Masonic Cufflinks’ on ebay.