October 12, 2019
Members of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Staffordshire and Shropshire spent this weekend on a break in Llandudno.
Our Provincial Grand Master and his wife, Susan, were invited to attend a Gala Dinner at the Imperial Hotel on Saturday 12th October, and to stay at the Imperial Hotel as their guests for the night.
The PGM reports that it was a wonderful occasion, very enjoyable and in the company of some very good friends.
The St Eilian Annual Summer BBQ took place at W. Bro. Roger Littlewood’s home on 25th August and was enjoyed by all.
Around 100 were in attendance and the proceeds for the day raised the magnificent sum of £1000. This will be divided equally between the Lodge, which is seeking to make a charity donation, and the Provincial Mark Centenary and Special Fund.
The 2019 Grand Officers Luncheon was held at Elwy Hall in Rhyl on Tuesday the 13th of August.
On 24th May the traditional end of year Dinner for Provincial Officers of the year was held at Elwy Hall Rhyl.
There were 29 Officers in attendance for the informal dinner, a fantastic turnout.
These evenings have been held for over 15 years now and the Officers of the year receive a Certificate from the Provincial Grand Master in recognition of the support they have given him and the Province during the year.
March 24, 2019
The St. Seiriol Mark Lodge Sunday Lunch
too place at the Bangor Masonic Hall on Sunday 24th March 2019.
A wonderful time was had by all and, as usual, the catering was first class.
February 6, 2019
St. Seiriol Lodge of Mark Master Masons No. 688
The Worshipful Master and Brethren of St. Seiriol Mark Lodge invite you to join them for Sunday Lunch
at the Bangor Masonic Hall on Sunday 24th March 2019 at 1.00pm for 1.30pm.
January 28, 2019
General, Mark, PGM
On Monday 28th January, R.W.Bro. Peter Talbot visited the offices of GISDA in Caernarfon and presented them with a cheque of £500 which was raised at the recently held Carol Service.
GISDA is a local organisation whose major focus is to provide accommodation and support for homeless and vulnerable young people.
December 18, 2018
On 18th December a Carol Service was held at the Bangor Masonic Hall.
The occasion was a complete success with over 100 in attendance, the evening comprised of 9 Lessons read by representatives of several Mark Lodges each followed by a Carol sung by all present. The Rev. Gwynfor Williams led the proceedings and the Organist for the evening was W.Bro. Dr. William H. Munro.
The Rocking Horse, crafted by W.Bro. Mike Worsnip and won by W.Bro. Andy Chape has very kindly been donated by Andy to Hope House/Ty Gobaith.
The Rocking Horse will be Auctioned on Saturday 17th November with the proceeds going to the Hope House/Ty Gobaith Charity.