On 7th April the Provincial Assembly was held at Farfield Hall, Connah’s Quay where over 100 Brethren were in attendance and the following Brethren of the Province received Provincial RAMGR.
On 8th March the Provincial Team visited Y Geninen Royal Ark Mariner Lodge No. 259 at Bangor to Dedicate a new Lodge Banner.
The Dedication Ceremony was conducted by W. Bro. David Alexander Wright, Deputy Provincial Grand Master in the absence of the Provincial Grand Master.
V.W.Bro Phillip G Orton wearing his Grand Patron Diamond Collarette
At the meeting of North Wales Lodge of Installed Mark Master Masons held on Saturday 17th February at Llanfairfechan, V.W.Bro. Phillip G Orton, PGJO was presented with a Grand Patron Diamond Collarette to recognize the contributions that he has made to the Mark Benevolent Fund.
The Provincial Grand Master congratulated V.W.Bro. Orton and thanked him for the support that he had given to the Benevolent Fund, not only by his donations but also in the way he had delivered so many Lectures throughout the Province explaining the history and the structure of the Fund.
February 14, 2018
On 5th February, the Provincial Grand Master attended at Buckley Mark Lodge to present a 50 Year Certificate to W. Bro. Derek Moore, PPGJW (N & E Yorks).
W. Bro. Moore was advanced into Brough Mark Lodge No. 1170 on 20th October 1967 and was Installed in the Chair of that Lodge in 1971. He joined Buckley Mark Lodge in 2005.
During the meeting W. Bro. John Taylor delivered the Mark Lecture in an exceptional manner, he was congratulated by the Provincial Grand Master on the impressive way in which he had carried out the Ritual.
The Provincial Team had it’s first outing of the year to St Eilian Lodge of Royal Ark Mariners No. 360 on 27th September, to witness the Installation of W Bro. Andrew Chape, which was perfectly conducted by the Installing Master, W. Bro. Robert Ryder.
August 14, 2015
On the 6th of May a group of Brethren from North Wales together with their wives and partners attended at ‘The Mawddach Trail’ in Dolgellau to complete a nine and a half mile Sponsored Walk from Dolgellau to Barmouth