Remembering those who served

Hungerford Freemasons joined with the grateful nation to remember all those who have served.

In common with the rest of the nation, Hungerford Freemasons paid their respects to all those that have served but especially those that gave their tomorrows for our today.

Our membership is drawn from a wide area covering Marlborough, Hungerford and Newbury and the surrounding villages. They paid their respects within their local communities with some participating in the larger ceremonies in Hungerford and Newbury.

Norman Sinclair-Baines laying a wreath during the Hungerford ceremony

On occasions like these we cast our minds back to members of the Lodge who survived the wars but have sadly been taken from us. We carry their memories forever because we were enriched by their friendship and brotherhood.

Bert Harrison, WW2 veteran, long-time Hungerford resident and Hungerford Lodge member was one of the nicest people that you could ever wish to meet. We will remember them…

(c) Hungerford Lodge 2021

Author: Hungerford Lodge

A Lodge of Freemasons meeting 8 times a year in the Newbury Masonic Centre. 3rd Tuesday September, October, November (Installation), February, March, April, May & 2nd Tues December. Consecrated September 1925.

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