It’s coming home – well nearly!

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Last Wednesday saw the clash of the Titans, as Masonic duties and World Cup fever collided. Despite every effort by the lodge preceptor David Rubin to negotiate with the Russians, we couldn’t move the date of the semi-final clash with Croatia and even less likely was David going to move the meeting. So with the lodge closed accordingly, with some … Read More

An Ode from the Past

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At the recent 40th Installation meeting Richard Manton installed his successor Richard Bunt. A significant and emotional highlight was a poem read out at the Festive Board by our Founder and Father of the Lodge, Michael Green PAGDC. The fine words were scribed by the late Henry Engelsman PGJD, whose wit and wisdom is remembered by all that knew him. … Read More

Jubilee Lodge 8822 Donates to £1,100 to Langdon

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W Bro Richard Manton (on the right of the picture) recently presented £1,100 to Gary Skovron, the chief executive of The Langdon Foundation, as a result of his Masters List from Jubilee Lodge. During his year in the chair the funds collected were split between Langdon and the 2020 Festival. Langdon is very close to Richard as it supports his … Read More

Lift for Lifelites tour

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Jubillee Lodge helping Lifelites Charity

On Friday 5th May Simone Enefer-Doy, the chief executive of Lifelites began a 2,500 mile journey to visit 47 famous landmarks in England & Wales in just 14 days. Simone undertook this challenge in order to raise awareness of Lifelites who donate and maintain assistive technology for children in hospices and is hoping to raise £50,000 for the cause. Simone’s first stop … Read More

A very special meeting at Jubilee Lodge

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On 6th March 2018 Jubilee Lodge, No. 8822 had a full house for an official visit by its  APGM Barry Cramer. He took the Chair initially and presented a bookmark for the VSL in recognition of the Lodge having reached Vice Patron status and two Alms bags (for the Lodge having firstly achieved the honorific of Steward) in the Middlesex 2020 Festival. He … Read More

October Meeting 2017

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Welcome Brother Cat to Freemasonry. Always a delight to welcome a new initiate, which was the key focus of our October meeting, In presence of a private visit from our visiting officer and grand officers, Bro Michael conducted the candidate effortlessly through the initiation ceremony, with a supporting cast of officer and topped with a very well executed charge shared … Read More

May 17 Installation Meeting (2017)

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Just a brief write up of our meeting yesterday. The meeting was attended with many visitors, who we thank for coming and whom we hope enjoyed the ritual and festive board. In many ways this was a significant and important meeting for all, with a mixture of great happiness as Bro Richard Manton was installed and sombre reflection on the … Read More

Inside the very modern Freemasons (or is it?)

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The brotherhood used to be a secretive society, but now it is on the hunt for new, younger members… read more from this article posted in the Times. https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/inside-the-very-modern-freemasons-or-is-it-7flqtdbwk?shareToken=e872bb28d842837d40ca119eb2fc7cba

March 17 Meeting (2017)

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Thanks to all our visitors who came to our recent meeting on 7th March at HDMC, especially our visiting officer W.Bro David Orchard PPGStwd. Also welcome to our newly initiated brother, Marc who was initiated by our master WM Oz Rankohi. The ceremony was conducted in a confident and relaxedmanner, and the quality of the work enjoyed by all. Special … Read More

October 16 Meeting (2016)

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Great meeting this Oct, and delighted to have so many visitors in attendance – hope you had as good a meeting as us! If you missed it, then please ask our members or secretary for an invite! Thanks to W BroJohn Cook and Bro Rick Beats from Kenelm Lodge 8255 for some lovely work – not to ignore too a … Read More