The Masonic year tends to run from September until June, with July and August being our summer break. There are of course exceptions to every rule, and we do have the occasional summer meeting, but the majority runs September-June.  This coming year looks like it could be a busy year for me.

I have therefore decided to blog a record of all my meetings this year, to give people an idea of what a busy Masonic year is like. I should point out that, this will be as I have already stated a busy year for me, and the average commitment to Freemasonry is a lot less than what I will be recording. I just imagined it may be of interest to some people. There are a lot of Freemasons who without visiting just have around eight meetings, and eight rehearsals a year.

So come along with me on a journey.

TYoaBM – What is the opposite of Missing Rehearsals

TYoaBM – A New Old Guard

This evening was the Valle Crucis Rose Croix Enthronement meeting. As mentioned previously, our new sovereign elect is unable to attend for the foreseeable time, so we had to improvise and keep the old  sovereign for an additional year. This made...

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TYoaBM – The Travelling Gavel

TYoaBM – The Travelling Gavel

This evening 11 members of Wrexhamian Chapter went to visit Connah's Quay Lodge to try and claim the North Wales Travelling Gavel. I was also there representing the Stewards Lodge, since the rules state any challenge on the Gavel must be witnessed...

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TYoaBM – Missed Rehearsals

TYoaBM – Missed Rehearsals

This evening was Wynnstay Chapter rehearsals.  Unfortunately I will be missing the actual meeting next week due to other Masonic engagements that were arranged long before Wynnstay Chapter moved it's meeting date making them clash. This is the...

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TYoaBM – The Travelling Gavel

TYoaBM – Y Mochyn Du

This evening was the time for Wrexhamian Lodges Past Master night, and we were doing a Second degree ceremony. It was also our annual Welsh night, so there were loads of visitors down. So we started the evening by replacing the Past Masters who...

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