Our Centenary celebration went exceptionally well with 110 Brothers in attendance and which filled our venue to capacity. A full team of Officers accompanied the Provincial Grand Master Tony Harrison who opened a special session of Provincial Lodge in order that our Centenary Warrant could be read by the Provincial Grand Secretary Peter Taylor and our Lodge re-dedicated for another 100 years of fellowship and charity by the Provincial Grand Chaplain Reverend Joh Hall.
On the subject of charity the Lodge also announced donations to four charities (not all Masonic!) totalling £4274.00 – which of course is our Lodge number – as well as our younger members whose financial situation as students or having newly embarked on their careers having contributed as an alterative 4274 hours of active charitable work throughout the last 2 years of covid pandemic in Liverpool.
In anticipation of a great night….
The Lodge currently has about 70 members spread across most parts of the UK and some globetrotters amongst our ranks – present and past. It has blossomed from about half that number in the last 10 years since joining the Grand Lodge Universities` Scheme but the efforts of the members in demonstrating the beneficial aspects of Freemasonry have attracted new candidates in equal measure.