Buckinghamshire Provincial Grand Lodge Meeting. Monday 22nd October 2018
The Grand Temple, Great Queen Street, London.
The Present and Past Provincial Officers, the Masters, Wardens and Past Masters of and in the Province are hereby summoned to attend the ANNUAL MEETING OF THE PROVINCIAL GRAND LODGE to be holden on MONDAY 22nd OCTOBER 2018, in the Grand Temple, Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street, London. All Master Masons in the Province are invited to be present, and Visitors (being Master Masons) may attend the meeting if properly introduced.
It is the Provincial Grand Master’s first Annual Meeting that he will preside over, and he would like to extend the invitation to wives/partners and other non-masonic friends. During the Festive Board the non-masonic guests will dine together in the Connaught Rooms, with entertainment provided throughout. The cost of the meal will be the same as the Provincial Grand Lodge dinner, that is £45.00 (to include VAT and gratuities, table wine but not bar purchases).
It is hoped that this will be very popular, particularly with the brethren who are receiving 1st Appointments and Promotions.
The Provincial Grand Lodge will be opened at 2.30 p.m. punctually, and Brethren are requested to have taken their seats not later than 2.15 p.m. Doors will open at 1.30 p.m. when the Provincial Grand Officers designate are asked to report in the Grand Temple. All Brethren should sign an Attendance Sheet before entering. After the meeting is closed, at approximately 3.30pm, the Ladies and non-masonic guests will be invited into the Temple, and the Investiture of the Provincial Grand Officers will commence.
The Meeting will be followed by Dinner in the Connaught Rooms.
|Event Date||22-10-2018 2:30 pm|
|Registration Start Date||09-06-2018|
|Cut off date||21-09-2018|
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