This evening I had a little trip out to the coast out by Colwyn Bay to visit Dinorben Lodge for the first time.
I had been booked to give a talk on behalf of the North Wales Association of Masonic Study (NWAMS). The NWAMS was formed 60 years ago for the purposes of nurturing and fostering Masonic research through the dissemina-tion of Masonic Knowledge throughout the Province particularly as regards symbolism, history and esoteric meaning. The Association achieves this through its team of approved Lecturers and by supporting re-search by individuals or groups. I have been an approved NWAMS Lecturer since 2021, although I have been giving talks to Lodges since 2017,
The talk the Lodge had selected this time was titled “Widows Sons – Outlaw Bikers or Masonic Ambassadors”, which was a bit of a coincidence since last month my book of the same name was the Number one Freemasonry book on the UK and US Amazons.
It was a very enjoyable meeting in what has to be the largest Lodge room in North Wales, followed by a lovely meal at the local cricket club.
The Widows Sons are quite simply a motorcycle-riding club. We are a non-brand specific riding Association so no matter what brand of motorcycle you ride, so long as you are a Master Mason in good standing you are welcome as a member.
We also have associate membership open to non-riding Masons. We are an internationally based group of independent Masons who have joined together to simply share the thrill of riding with other members of our fraternity.
We are not a 1% club. We are just a social riding club, which happens to have set one of its membership requirements to include being a Master Mason in good standing.