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Middlesex Freemasons Provincial Information trailer at East Barnet Fair

Middlesex Freemasons In The Community – East Barnet Fair 2016
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The team enjoyed another successful day out at East Barnet Festival on Sunday, the second time we’d attended this event.

It was a delight and a relief to see that Summer had decided to grace us with its presence for the day and the crowds correspondingly came out in volumes.

The festival site was large with a car show of 200+ classic vehicles at one end and a funfair at the other and us conveniently placed in the main thoroughfare between the two with the added bonus of the food stalls in our row.

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The festival opened at midday and we were quickly involved in several conversations.

Being on the Herts border, many Hertfordshire masons greeted us and stopped to chat.

One 85-year old brother had just finished a six-year restoration on the oldest car being exhibited, a 1931 Riley, and it was truly a lovely restoration. We gave out a good amount of information and captured details of a number of people who were interested in joining.

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Amongst the visitors were the Deputy Mayoress, Tara Khatri, and Deputy Mayor of Barnet, Councillor Sury Khatri, with whom we engaged in a long and pleasant conversation.

Thanks go to the team of ambassadors and towers for the day who were: Rupesh Valji, Nick Grossman, Shreyesh Shah, Hasu Joshi, Mike Bishop and Carl French.

Next Outing –

• Uxbridge Auto Show on Saturday 17th July ( – come and say hello !

How can you help us promote Freemasonry ?

Do you tow a caravan ? If so, could he help us by towing the trailer occasionally ?

Share your Professional skills – We need guys with experience in Marketing, Graphics, Copy writing and Website/Facebook creation and maintenance in particular to assist with designing and updating display material, posters, literature and an online presence .

Get in touch with our team leader, Richard Alliston, on 07774 988747 to discuss how you can make a personal contribution to the development of Freemasonry in your community.


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