Decembers Christmas Lodge

To remind the brethren that Decembers Lodge meeting will be a short affair in the lodge room followed by our magnificent christmas dinner. The festive board is open to non masons, so invite along any colleagues or friends that you wish, but please remember our dress code for the evening. Tickets are limited to 50 and only available from Peter Christie with your cash or cheque. No promises of attendance will be accepted as the meal is always over subscribed. The WM Jim McNally has dispensed with the brass band for this year but there will be festive music and carols to sing to during the evening.

Decembers festive board is a great night and an opportunity to show non masons some of the camaraderie and spectacle that we as masons regularly enjoy.

3 thoughts on “Decembers Christmas Lodge

  1. Our Christmas dinner really is a good opportunity to introduce non masons to what we get up to. I will bringing a good friend of mine from my Motorcycle club to this years meeting. He has expressed an interest in Masonry for quite a while. As our Mentor said recently, don’t automatically think “he wont want to come to our Lodge” Ask him!, you may be surprised by the answer. He can only say no thanks, Its not the end of the world. Either way we can all expect a good time, especially as we have a VIP guest, Larry Riches from Estoril Lodge, a long time friend of Harry Lord and our recently departed Roberts Davies, and as is the tradition he brings his excellent Port along for the evening. I’m looking forward to it.


    1. Bob Another member of Lancaster Lodge who has attended in the past is coming with me next week W Bro Bill Kerr – can you book him in for the Christmas meeting, your help appreciated Larry Riches


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