W.Bro Peter Doyle, Master of Bagshot Lodge 4804 presented a cheque for £1,000 to Katie Aldred, Head Teacher of Bagshot Infant School. The cheque petitioned by W.Bro John Francis, on the right, is in support of the schools intervention area within the school. Katie explained that this area will allow their special needs children, as […]

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On our December cruise to the Caribbean, we requested a “gathering of Freemasons” at which 19 assorted brethren from England, Scotland and Wales attended. Surrey was well represented with two Brethren. Namely Past Provincial Grand Master Lt.Col Denis Phipps, MBE and myself. In short order, Denis was proposed and seconded as President of our little […]

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Founded in 1987 Azor lodge received their first official visit from a current Provincial Grand Master when RW Bro. Ian Chandler visited the Lodge on Friday 25th November at Farnham Masonic Hall. The Provincial Grand Master entered the Lodge with his Provincial Escort and an escort of senior Lodge Officers. Azor Lodge is a thriving busy […]

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Saturday 23rd January 2016 will be one to remember for the Humphrey family. Bro. John Humphrey had already brought in one of his sons, Andrew, into the Lodge back in 2013 and has watched him grow into Freemasonry and become a valuable member of the Lodge. As Liam is only 19 years old a special […]

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Old Sinjins Lodge 3232 members presenting the Worshipful Master of Kings College School Lodge 4257 with the 2019 Surrey Festival traveling maul. A superb night was had by all. The idea behind the traveling maul. The Traveling Maul is a fund-raising idea being launched by Morden Park Lodge to support the 2019 Festival. The idea […]

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2019 Festival Visiting Maul The Visiting Maul is a fund-raising idea being launched by Morden Park Lodge to support the 2019 Festival. The idea is for the Maul to be passed from Lodge to Lodge as many times as possible before the Festival ends raising funds and encouraging visiting. On 29th November W.Bro Jack Rainer […]

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