University Lodge Liverpool saw the end of the season with a great meeting to send our student memnbers off into Exam-time (sorry for the reminder!). 48 Brethren witnessed 8 of their colleagues taking their second degrees and followed it up with a very entertaining Festive Board, lots of laughs and great fellowship. It was the only chance some of our out-of-town members have had to sample the local delicacy – Scouse. It would have been remiss of us to have let them spend at least a year here and miss out on it.
The origins of Scouse as a dish are not very clear. Some believe it is named after a Scandinavian stew but it also certainly owes part of its origin to Irish Stew – not surprising for such a seaport with so many long-standing connections across the globe.
The meeting was of course our last until October however that does not mean all Freemasonry activity stops. We will be organising our stands at Freshers Fairs, working to plan our Centenary in 2 years time and meeting people who are interested in joining the fraternity to explain more of what we are about.