We have so many wonderful events throughout the year. These range from Charity Cheque presentations, Remembrance Services, Charity Cheque Presentations and many others. Please find some of our most recent below.
The Middlesex Grand Officers and Provincial Grand Officers Club (aka PGO) has, yet again, shown itself to be one of the best evenings in the Middlesex Masonic calendar. With over 260 people in attendance it is a relaxed evening where one can meet with fellow Masons and friends and learn about what is happening in the Province. Of late, the PGO Club has also been a place where we’ve donated, or announced the donation of, 100’s of thousands of pounds to charity. The PGO has been privileged to have some of the incredible people who work in...read more
Middlesex Light Blues Club On a cold and wet morning in March, the Light Blues Club got together and had a fantastic time watching the Provincial Stewards of Prince Michael of Kent Lodge demonstrate the First Degree in Craft Masonry; the ceremony was carried out to the highest level and was explained step by step by W Bro Mike Kearsley (one of the Provincial Orators). Over 70 Brethren attended to what can only be described as a great way to spend your Saturday morning. Thank you to PMK and W Bro Mike, from MLBC...read more
Please find below latest photos from the Masters Charity Ride 2012: « prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 10 next » (100 Photos)read more
The Middlesex Grand Officers and Provincial Grand Officers Club played host to representatives from 17 charities on 19 April at the BA Concorde Club, Cranford. 200 Brethren enjoyed the usual Club AGM and then watched as Middlesex gave away over £56,000 to the charities. The Middlesex Provincial Relief Fund, Grand Charity, The Provincial Ball, the Middlesex Charitable Trust, Aspire Lodge, Mowbray Lodge, Citidel Lodge, Richmond Chapter and Brent Valley Lodge were the donors and we then watched the excellent Dreamflight video showing an example...read more
Sir Francis Burdett Lodge 1503 scored a possible first for Middlesex Freemasonry this year; initiating the fourth generation Davis into the Lodge. Claude Davies was initiated on 8 October 1919 taking the Master’s chair in 1926. He was still an active member of the lodge until his death in 1955. Tony Davis, Claude’s son, became a member of the lodge 10 years before his father’s passing in October 1945 whilst still serving abroad for King and Country. Jeremy Davis joined Sir Francis Burdett just five months before his father’s, Tony,...read more
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