As most people will know by now, Freemasons are celebrating 300 years since the formation of the United Grand Lodge of England. There are events happening up and down the country. The six Lodges that meet at the Newbury Masonic Centre have joined together to host a party at the Centre on Saturday June 24th – exactly 300 years on from the formation.
The event is open to those Freemasons meeting at the centre, their ladies and families as well as prospective members. The day is scheduled as follows
- 10:30am – The Centre opens
- 11am – Ceremony of Commemoration of 300 years of English Freemasonry and unveiling of a Plaque by Anthony Howlett-Bolton OBE, Deputy Provincial Grand Master and Brian Sylvester, Newbury Town Crier and local Freemason
- 11:30am – Music by the Martin Jones Trad Jazz Band, Hog Roast and Soft Drinks
- 2pm – close
Bring all the family to view the Masonic Time Tunnel and tour the Centre.
Please note that as the event will be held in the Centre and the car park, there will be no on site parking on the day.