To celebrate 300 years of Freemasonry, following the formation of the first Grand Lodge in June 1717, the Widnes Group of Lodges and Chapters held a church service in the magnificent St Luke’s Church – a Grade II listed building which dates back to the 12th century
On Wednesday 13th of September, 61 Brethren watched the Deputy Provincial Grand Master VW Bro Keith Young PGSwdB present W Bro Bill Allan PPJGW with a certificate marking 70 years in Freemasonry.
As part of the Warrington Museum of Freemasonry celebrations for the tercentenary of the Grand Lodge of England (1717-2017), our thoughts have turned to the Freemasons in Warrington who lost their lives during the First World War (1914-1918).
Sadly Stanley was unable to celebrate his Golden Jubilee in the Holy Royal Arch in his mother Chapter of Faith No 484 in May owing to illness, however, the companions did celebrate Stanley’s 50...
Starting promptly at 1pm the incredible display lasted for twenty-five minutes and ignited over four hundred and fifty kilos of spectacular fireworks. This brought several rounds of appreciative applause from the Masons and guests as well as the crowds outside as well. The Attico restaurant was exceptionally well placed to see the exhibition. Being several stories high and showing the whole of Javea Bay it is hard to think there was anywhere better to view from. A fantastic spot.