Marlow Ladies Club 2017:

Now in its 11th year, the Marlow Centre Ladies Club was formed in 2007 and welcomes any lady with a Masonic connection to the area. Members are always welcome to bring guests, husbands and partners to any meeting or trip.

Past trips are varied and have included a visit to The Royal Courts of Justice along with Grays Inn, Camden Lock Market combined with a canal trip to Little Venice, Stratford upon Avon and Ann Hathaway's Cottage and perhaps the highlight of the year for some a trip to Highclere Castle, the setting for Downton Abbey. The year will end in Birmingham at the Christmas Market.

All wives / partners / families of Marlow Masons are eligible to join.

The current cost for joining is £20.00 per annum, payable at their January meeting, which is a Cheese & Wine evening with a Speaker. (For most meetings / outings the ladies are invited to bring their partners and friends with them, so you can gain enjoyment as well)

Tuesday 28th March – Coach trip – "Barrow Boys and Bankers", Petticoat Lane to the Square Mile.

Wednesday 26th April – Coach Trip – Visit to Arundel Castle and town

Tuesday 23rd May – Talk by Malcolm Nelson – "40 years of catching smugglers"

Sunday 11th June – Sunday Summer Lunch at Taplow House Hotel, Taplow

Thursday 13th July - Coach trip – Visit to Jane Austin's House and Train Journey on the Watercress Line Steam Railway.

Wednesday 13th September – Coach trip – Cotswold Tour – Burford – Bourton on the Water, and Stowe on the Wold.

Tuesday 24th October – AGM and talk by Joan Dark, " Growing Old Disgracefully" Wednesday 29th

November – Christmas themed visit ( TBA)

For information please contact either:

Cynthia Wharton Chairperson 01844 347 913

Christine Dyckes Secretary and Deputy Chairperson 01494 814 991

Good Reasons

Good Reasons To Become a Freemason

When you become a Freemason you: Join an international organisation of some 6 million worldwide, where members will greet and welcome you, and your family, wherever you go;

Procedures

Procedures for Joining

One of the most common misconceptions about Freemasonry, and there are many such misconceptions, is that you have to be invited to join. Nothing could be further from the truth.

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