I know we refer to him as young Josh, but his maturity and self-assurance don’t reflect his age what so ever. Joshua was raised to the third degree with as much pomp and ceremonial as could be mustered by the brethren of Pendle Lodge, and believe me they put on a good show on Continue reading “Young Josh hits the big time.”
The Third step in Freemasonry is by far the largest and most memorable; with the ceremony of raising being both a spectacular and hair-raising experience. To say there is a lot of work involved in learning ritual and practicing the Continue reading “Season finale for Bro Jezz Thornton”
Normally we have our third degree ceremony in May. It’s the last ceremony prior to the Summer break and is usually a long-winded affair as we include the traditional history and a full closing all the way down from the third degree. However, Continue reading “Candle Caper during Third Degree”
A third visit to Buckley Lodge in North Wales took place on the evening of Friday 8th January to see Bro. Derek Walker raised to Master Mason.
Jim McNally Continue reading “Third Visit to Buckley Lodge”
The next Pendle Lodge visit in the Nelson Masonic Hall is to Marsden within Pennine Valley Lodge 6183, on Tuesday 27th November.
The meeting is a Continue reading “Next Pendle Lodge Visit – Marsden Pennine Valley”
Many of us have seen the Continue reading “Raising at Marsden within Pennine Valley lodge”
U.G.L.E. stipulates that no Master Mason is entitled to receive his Certificate from Grand Lodge until an explanation of our Traditional History has been delivered to him. Now that’s all well and good if you regularly perform the history at each and every raising ceremony, plus if you have a Continue reading “Traditional History”
It’s the norm for a Pendle Lodge mason to take his time to get through to his third degree, but in Shanes case it’s been over three years. His passing took place in 2007 and only now has he managed to achieve his goal of Master Mason. The reason Continue reading “Shane makes Master Mason at last”