The sun has arrived as we sit here amongst a host of vintage cars, bikes and some very odd vehicles including a road legal double bed! The BucksPGL Events team have had a fantastic weekend talking to many of the thousands of visitors who have come again this year to enjoy this great event.
Andrew Mais, WM of Cestreham Lodge, 6674, recently raffled a teddy bear at a white table event and raised £110.
The results are in.
The always popular, end of summer LOI curry night is back and as in previous years will likely fill up very quickly. Send in your RSVP quickly to secure your place at this very popular event!
The Province of Buckinghamshire can rightly boast a number of Classes of Masonic Instruction serving the South, Centre and North of the Province. Of these, the oldest, arguably by many years, is the Manor Class of Masonic Instruction based in Bletchley, Milton Keynes.
Buckinghamshire Freemasons were recently delighted to award the Adult Learning Foundation (ALF) at Longridge on the Thames more than £3,500 towards climbing equipment for their climbing and high ropes facilities.
The Provincial Grand Master and the Provincial Grand Master designate are pleased to announce the appointment of Philip Blacklaw as an Assistant Provincial Grand Master for the Province of Buckinghamshire.
Year 6 pupils from Cippenham School, in Slough, recently enjoyed an end of term day out at Whipsnade Zoo thanks to Buckinghamshire Freemasons.
It was a sweltering hot Sunday afternoon in mid-Bucks, but that did not dampen the spirits or diminish the enthusiasm of the junior teams of Hawridge & Cholesbury and Ballinger Cricket Clubs.
Seer Green Ladies Festival raises £13,400 for the Rennie Grove Hospice
Another of the fine sporting events to celebrate the Tercentenary was held last month.
On June 24th 1717 four London Lodges of Freemasons met at the Goose and Gridiron Tavern near St Paul's Cathedral and formed the first Grand Lodge of England.
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 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.