WBro Rivett asked the residents how they would like the money to be spent. It was decided to provide a circular seat around a cherry tree in the garden but unfortunately, due to other plans to redesign the external area, it was not possible to erect the seat until this year
A rare chance to see inside the world of Freemasonry. The highlight of the building is the symbolic and ornate temple, there is also a display of memorabilia associated with freemasonry.
We would offer as a starting point a commonly held view that the arrangements with major impact on human existence are those of the state, family and market with a fourth “civil society” being the totality of other institutions. These groupings are not fixed. Rather, they should be understood as tectonic plates vitalised by human energy, continuously shaping and forming themselves, and similarly reshaping and re-forming each other.It is to “civil society” that we must turn to find Freemasonry
The Craft Provinces of Herefordshire, Shropshire and Worcestershire with the Mark Province of Staffordshire and Shropshire have, over that period, between them donated £1.1 million. This includes donations from individual Lodges, Provinces, other orders in the counties and from the Masonic Charitable Foundation (formerly the Freemasons Grand Charity).
On the 25th July, at Peterborough Masonic Hall, a cheque for £6,000 was presented to the Papworth Hospital Charity. The presentation was made to Mr Daniel Jackson (Head of Business Services at Papworth Hospital) by...