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The Provincial Grand Master has designated the Quarterly Communication of Grand Lodge held on...

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September 2019

The Provincial Grand Master has designated the Quarterly Communication of Grand Lodge held on Wednesday 11th September as our ‘Provincial Day Out‘ in London. The meeting will open ‘around’ noon.

He would greatly enjoy the company of brethren from the Province at the lunch at The Freemasons Arms afterwards. If you wish to attend what is likely to be a very special day, you are advised to book early to avoid disappointment.

Dining applications can only be dealt with online, follow this link, when accompanied by payment on a strictly first come, first served basis. We can book a maximum of 50 brethren in for the meal. The three course meal includes a third of a bottle of wine and is priced at £31. Menu choices will be made available nearer the time when confirmed with the Freemasons Arms.

All MASTER MASONS are eligible to attend the meeting and meal, and as such will receive priority. In the event of over subscription please be advised that some brethren who have booked a meal may have their money / booking refunded.

Master Masons will need a ticket to ensure entry to the Grand Lodge meeting. This will be made on their behalf by Province. The online booking drop down box will ensure this is recorded and it is vital that FULL NAMES are included in the booking as this is a requirement for ticket identification. Tickets will be distributed nearer the time.

All Brethren attending must wear the UGLE Craft Tie, or a plain Black Tie.

Qualified Brethren should wear the Royal Arch Breast Jewel.

White Gloves are worn in Grand Lodge.

Provincial ties and Festival Jewels may NOT be worn in Grand Lodge.

Those intending to participate are encouraged to book travel early with train tickets to London usually going on sale from 21st June and it is recommeded that you arrive into London Kings Cross no later than 10.30 am. Tickets for travel are not coordinated by Province.

Recommended timings are:

LNER:

Newcastle depart 6.55 am

Durham depart 7.08 am

Darlington depart 7.32 am

Grand Central:

Sunderland depart 6.42 am

Hartlepool depart 7.07 am

Eaglescliffe depart 7.29 am

A return should be booked AFTER 5.00 pm as later trains are usually cheaper and also allow for some free time in London.

Brethren are required to be seated by 11.30 am unless directed otherwise nearer the time.
For guidance a tube ride from Kings Cross to Covent Garden is about 20 minutes.

The deadline for receipt of booking and reservations is 1st August 2019.

We hope once again to have a Great day and experience what is Grand Lodge.

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