Mrs Dian Clements, Director of the Library and Museum of Freemasonry, UGLE.
Following the installation of their Principals at the January meeting of Buckinghamshire First Principals Chapter the members received a most informative talk from Mrs Diane Clements, the Director of the Library and Museum of Freemasonry at Freemasons’ Hall in London. The subject of the talk was “Freemasonry and the First World War”. Mrs Clements gave a fascinating talk, based upon her own research which uniquely, had been informed by documentation held within the Library and Museum of Freemasonry, and embellished with specific references to Buckinghamshire freemasons. She informed those present that there was currently running at Freemasons Hall until 6th March, an exhibition on the subject. Admission to the exhibition was between 10.00am and 5.00pm on weekdays only and entrance was free of charge.
The newly installed First Principal, Paul Cawte said “It is excellent talk which helps to bring Freemasonry alive and make it meaningful. All newly installed Bucks First Principals should, as a matter of importance, make it their priority to seek out members of their Chapters who would be willing to introduce them to become members of this prestigious Buckinghamshire Chapter.