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Five Points Chapter new Principals

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On Saturday 26th September, Five Points Chapter held a socially distanced proclamation Installation meeting. Behind the masks Dave Adams H, Norman Birkitt (acting Z) and Steve Adams J. The officers were also proclaimed in office for another year. The six present sat down afterwards for a socially distanced fish and chips. Looking forward to January, when hopefully we can meet… Read more »

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E Comps Tony Trigg,   H   E  John Stribling,  Z   Tim Long,   John Power,    John Cooley Stephens Chapter held its Installation meeting, on Saturday the 3rd of October 2020 at The Beaconsfield Masonic Centre, where six members of the Chapter meet in accordance with the coronavirus regulations. At the meeting the Chapter installed new Principals, Tim Long as M.E.Z,  John Stribling… Read more »

Meet The Men at The Top, MEGS Graham Dearing

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  ME Grand Superintendent, Graham Peter Dearing Graham tell us about your early life. I was born in Southall, West London in 1960. I had one brother, who was also a very proud Freemason. I was very fortunate to be able to initiate him into the craft and then carry out his exaltation into the Royal Arch. We moved out… Read more »

North Crawley a New Masonic Centre for Bucks Masons

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Paul Harrison, Neil Barrett, Tim Long, Rob Chaproniere & Duncan Rogers. We are pleased  to report that the North Crawley Institute hosted their first masonic meeting Last night. Cowper & Newton Chapter meet in their new premises under a dispensation but soon approved the motion to relocate on a permanent bases. The move was due to be voted on at… Read more »

Graham Installed as MEGS at Last!

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MEGS Graham Peter Dearing,  The Most Excellent Second Grand Principal Russell Race At 9.30am on Monday the 14th of September which was prior to the Government Pandemic rule of not more than six persons meeting together, becoming law, our Deputy Grand Superintendent in Charge Graham Peter Dearing was invested as The Most Excellent Grand Superintendent of Buckinghamshire, at a private… Read more »

INSTALLATION of MEGS

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E Comp Graham Peter Dearing, E Comp Graham Peter Dearing, DepGSupt in Charge, is to be installed as Most Excellent Grand Superintendent of Buckinghamshire on Monday 14th September 2020 at Grand Lodge. The installation is unfortunately restricted to a small number of Executive Officers due to the current Coronavirus pandemic. Also to be invested:- E Comp Mike Ralph Stephens, Thames… Read more »

Meet The Men at The Top, Mike Stephens

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Michael Ralph Stephens, DepGSupt, Designate Mike Stephens lived his early childhood years in Ruislip, Middlesex before moving to Totteridge, High Wycombe at the age of 11 years. He attended Wellesbourne County Secondary School before moving to the Royal Grammar School High Wycombe.  Mike was a member of the Church Lads Brigade in both Ruislip and Hazlemere, High Wycombe. His main teenage… Read more »

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ROYAL ARCH QUIZ No 4 Answers

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE ROYAL ARCH QUIZ No 4, Answers Well done  E Comp Peter Harborne wins a bottle of whisky with 19 correct answers.    July 4th 2020 Which Grand Superintendent of Buckinghamshire was also a Member of Parliament? Sir Daniel Gooch, BT, MP Why does the candidate find a scroll and not a book? It is a scroll of vellum or… Read more »

Buckinghamshire Provincial Grand Chapter Update

E Comp Graham Peter Dearing, DepGSupt in Charge Dear Brethren and Companions The last few months have been unprecedented in Masonic circles. With all Masonic activities suspended for four months, Lodges and Chapters have not been able to meet and enjoy the company of their brothers and companions. All Masonic efforts have focused on helping the wider community. I know… Read more »