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Belfast 651 Installation

Belfast 651 Installation

On Saturday the 4th of January Worshipful Brother Rennie McGrath was installed as Worshipful Master of Belfast Masonic Lodge 651. In attendance were Right Worshipful Brother Rodney McCurley the Deputy Grand Master, Right Worshipful Brother Ivan Gillespie Provincial Assistant Grand Master and Right Worshipful Brother Paul Harvey also Provincial Assistant Grand Master.

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Mr Darren Smyth joins Alfreds Masonic Lodge 59

Mr Darren Smyth joins Alfreds Masonic Lodge 59

A cold winter’s Tuesday evening on 17th December 2019, Freemasons throughout Ireland conversed at Crumlin Road Hall, joining Alfreds Masonic Lodge 59 who sit in the hall under the jurisdiction of The Right Worshipful Provincial Grand Lodge of Antrim, to welcome a new member into their order. Mr Darren Smyth a 35 year old local […]

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St Georges Masonic Lodge No 166

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St Georges Masonic Lodge No 166

St Georges Masonic Lodge No 166 On Wednesday 11th December 2019 as our stated communication was just about to be closed, there was an alarm at the door and after having been identified as a Past Master of St Georges 166 and admitted, we all were most delighted to have been visited by W. Bro […]

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Congratulations to W.Bro. Bill Patterson on receiving his 50 Year Jewel & Certificate

Congratulations to W.Bro. Bill Patterson on receiving his 50 Year Jewel & Certificate

W.Bro. Bill Patterson, accompanied W.Bro. Jim Porter, being congratulated by the Worshipful Master, W.Bro. Lee Burnside on receiving his 50-year Jewel and Certificate.  ​ He entered Freemasonry on 31/12/1969, when he received his E.A Degree; his FC Degree followed on 28/01/1970 & finally his MM Degree on 25/03/1970. All 3 Degrees were delivered by W.Bro. […]

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Corinthian ML 340 Open Day

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Corinthian ML 340 Open Day

Bro. George Rice,WM of  welcomes V. W.Bro Mal Ross, Grand Lodge Steward of Charities to their recent open day. Corinthian ML 340 is one of only three  Lodges that meet during the day and is also known as the “Entertainers’ Lodge” as most of its membership was drawn from local Entertainers’ ,who were working in […]

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