Author Archives: David Biggs

Diary for April 2019

A nice variety of Masonic meetings during the month, including some social events, over a good cross-section of Orders: Rose Croix: The month started with a pastoral visit to Verney Clayton Chapter No.261 at Accrington on Wednesday 3rd April. Sixteen … Continue reading

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Diary for March 2019

Time sure does fly when you are enjoying yourself! The month of March hardly seemed to have started with a full but evenly spaced calendar of meetings and then it was over. Starting as usual with the Rose Croix, on … Continue reading

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Diary for February 2019

Although by its very nature a short month, this February was a busy month for me, on both the Masonic and domestic fronts. In the Rose Croix, I was able to attend 3 meetings: The month started with a visit … Continue reading

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Diary for January 2019

The New Year got off to a good start across my whole range of Masonic interests and activities with visits to two Rose Croix Chapters in the North East Lancashire District: On Tuesday 22nd January, I went to Bury Chapter … Continue reading

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Diary for December 2018

A short month due to the Christmas and New Year Festivities, but packed with Masonic activities! I was also delighted to receive two letters during the month conferring honours – in the Royal Arch, promotion to Past Provincial Scribe Nehemiah … Continue reading

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Higher Degrees ~ December 2018

Originally posted on North East Lancashire District Rose Croix:
At the Higher Degrees Meeting on Wednesday 5th December 2018, Ill∴Bro. Anthony Kenny of William Horrocks Chapter No. 603 in Blackburn, received his long-awaited promotion to the 30°, having served 2…

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Diary for November 2018

My programme of pastoral visits to Rose Croix Chapters in the District of North East Lancashire continued ‘to plan’ into November: Verney Clayton Chapter No.261 at Accrington on Wednesday 7th November, when Ill∴Bro Tom Young 30° was Enthroned as Most … Continue reading

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Diary for October 2018

A very welcome start to the Masonic season ‘proper’ as Rose Croix Chapters in the North East Lancashire District began meeting after the summer recess. On 2nd October, the (acting) Most Wise Sovereign and Officers of Canon Francis Paton-Williams Chapter … Continue reading

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Committee Lunch at Ego

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Originally posted on Prior's Close:
In the first of what we hope to make a regular – at least annual – social event, all six members of the Prior’s Close Management Committee and their ladies met up at Ego…

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Higher Degrees ~ October 2018

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Originally posted on North East Lancashire District Rose Croix:
Three Brethren from the North East Lancashire District travelled to London on Monday 15th October 2018 to receive promotions to the 31° Grand Inspector Inquisitor Commander and 30° Grand Elected Knight…

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