My name is Phil Warnes, and I am proud to call myself a Surrey Mason. My journey into Freemasonry began about 4 years ago at – of all places – the wake of my father-in-law who had been a Mason for over 60 years. However, the story actually begins over 10 years ago, when my […]

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Fifty Three years of masonic experience up to this year and my main regret is that I delayed until I was 38 years old, waiting until I finished my tool making apprenticeship, served in the RAF as a Lancaster bomber instrument engineer and obtained my professional engineering qualifications before I applied to join the Craft. […]

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My name is Dan Machin and I’m 45 years old. Originally from Battersea in South London, but grew up in Wallington Surrey. However I now live with my girlfriend Siobhan in Lincolnshire, which is beautiful part of the country. I have worked for the Prison Service for 23 years having served in the Royal Navy […]

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Thanks to everyone who turned up yesterday to what was a glorious day at Puddledock Fishery for our Essex v Surrey event. I must first apologise to everyone for not being quite with it during the weigh in. Unfortunately a combination of too much sun and not enough water took its toll and I was […]

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The Craft Annual meeting has been and gone and for me it really was a highlight in the Provincial calendar. Not only has the Province got a new AProvGM heading up the Charity Portfolio in the shape of W.Bro. Paul Crockett, a Freemason very well-known and respected across the Province and especially in Charity circles, […]

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Brethren, Once again, welcome to you all, to our Annual Meeting. I am delighted to see so many here today; it does make for a fantastic atmosphere for those being appointed and promoted. A renewed warm welcome to our honored guests and thank you for the hospitality you have extended to us during our visits […]

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Wimbledon Guild links up with King’s College School Lodge. Wimbledon Guild, the local charity that provides people in Merton with help and support in times of need, has linked up with King’s College School Lodge No.4257. KCS Lodge, an accredited activity of King’s College School’s Old King’s Club, has chosen Wimbledon Guild to be one […]

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