Province Team Visit to Gloucestershire and Herefordshire

 

On  Tuesday the 25th of February 2014, our ME Grand Superintendent, Richard J H Neale, his Executive and Officers of the year, had the pleasure of visiting the Royal Arch Province of Gloucestershire and Herefordshire, with  a provincial exchange visit to the Sherborne Chapter No. 702, the meeting was held at the Masonic Hall, Stroud, were they were warmly welcome by The ME Grand Superintendent of Gloucestershire and Herefordshire E Comp Graham King, his Executive and Officers.

The ME Grand Superintendent , E Comp Graham King, opened the Sherborne Chapter ably assisted by his 2nd Provincial Grand Principal, E Comp Jim Wiltshire, and his Deputy Grand Superintendent, E Comp Tony Stock, who acted as 3rd Provincial Grand Principal.

After the Chapter was opened, The ME Grand Superintendent E Comp Graham King  , welcomed the ME Grand Superintendent of Buckinghamshire, E Comp Dr Richard Neale, the Deputy Grand Superintendent, E Comp John Keeble, 2nd Provincial Grand Principal, E Comp Paul Savage, 3rd Provincial Grand Principal, E Comp Robert Chaproniere, Provincial Grand Scribe Ezra, E Comp John Stribling, and twelve other Provincial Officers from Buckinghamshire.

ME Grand Superintendent, Richard J H Neale replied on behalf of his Companions from Buckinghamshire, how nice it was to be in the Province of Gloucestershire and Hereford and in particular at Sherborne Chapter.

After the minutes and matters arising, the ME Grand Superintendent invited the Chapter Principals to resume their chairs and conduct the remainder of the evening. The new MEZ, E Comp Charles Joss then appointed and invested his Officers for the ensuing year.

A most enjoyable and rewarding Masonic occasion was had by all.

 MEGS Together

 MEGS, E Comp Dr Richard J H Neale,  MEGS, Graham C King.

 

Scribe E’ s of Buckinghamshire John Stribling and Gloucestershire and Herefordshire E Comp Ray Bennett.

 

 

Buckinghamshire D C, E Comp Richard Reano, enjoying a drink!

 
Principals of Sherbourne

The new MEZ, of Sherborne Chapter E Comp Charles Joss and his Principals.