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2018

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The 399th Regular Meeting was held at the Masonic Hall on Thursday, May 17th. The Worshipful Master, accompanied by his Wardens, was received into the Lodge. After welcoming all Brethren present, the Lodge was Opened in due form. The labours of the evening included many annual business items, the main being the election of Worshipful Master, Treasurer and Tyler. W. Bro. Alan Little gave a presentation entitled Highlights and Reflections of 50 years of the Lodge of St. Paul. This was well received with Acclamation by the Brethren. W.Bro. Dereck Freeman as Acting Chaplain presented a Masonic Bible to a newly raised Master Mason. A custom inaugurated by the Founders of the Lodge of St. Paul. After the completion of the remaining labours of the evening the Lodge was Closed in due form. The Worshipful Master, accompanied by his Wardens and distinguished visitors, retired from the Lodge and the remainder of the evening was spent in harmony at the Festive Board. (Details in the circulated minutes).

A memorable Ladies Festival Weekend celebrating 50 Years of the Lodge of St. Paul at The Elstead Hotel, Bournemouth was enjoyed by all. Our WM Martin and his wife Hilary thank all who attended and contributed to such an outstanding occasion.

The 398th Regular Meeting was held at the Masonic Hall on Thursday, April 19th. The Worshipful Master, accompanied by his Wardens, was received into the Lodge. After welcoming all Brethren present, the Lodge was Opened in due form. After the completion of the labours of the evening the Lodge was Closed in due form. The Worshipful Master, accompanied by his Wardens and distinguished visitors, retired from the Lodge and the remainder of the evening was spent in harmony at the Festive Board. (Details in the circulated minutes).

The 397th Regular Meeting was held at the Masonic Hall on Thursday, March 15th. The Worshipful Master, accompanied by his Wardens, was received into the Lodge. After welcoming all Brethren present, the Lodge was Opened in due form. The main labour of the evening was a presentation by W.Bro Richard Reeve Provincial Grand Mentor entitled 'Less commonly understood aspects of the Ceremony of Initiation based on the First Degree Lecture'. This was well received with acclamation. After the completion of the labours of the evening the Lodge was Closed in due form. The Worshipful Master, accompanied by his Wardens and distinguished visitors, retired from the Lodge and the remainder of the evening was spent in harmony at the Festive Board. (Details in the circulated minutes).

The 396th Regular Meeting was held at the Masonic Hall on Thursday, February 15th. The Worshipful Master, accompanied by his Wardens, was received into the Lodge. After welcoming all Brethren present, the Lodge was Opened in due form with Solemn Prayer. The main labour of the evening was a Ceremony of Passing. Finally the labours of the evening being completed the Lodge was Closed in due form and with Solemn Prayer. The Worshipful Master, accompanied by his Wardens and all the visitors, retired from the Lodge and the remainder of the evening was spent in harmony at the Festive Board. (Details in the circulated minutes).

The 395th Regular Meeting was held at the Masonic Hall on Thursday, January 18th. The Worshipful Master, accompanied by his Wardens, was received into the Lodge. After welcoming all Brethren present, the Lodge was Opened in due form with Solemn Prayer. Among the labours of the evening were the Presentation of a long serving Certificate for 50 years service to Freemasonry, a presentation on the Royal Arch Chapter and a short paper on the Evolution of Craft Freemasonry. Finally the labours of the evening being completed the Lodge was Closed in due form and with Solemn Prayer. The Worshipful Master, accompanied by his Wardens and all the visitors, retired from the Lodge and the remainder of the evening was spent in harmony at the Festive Board. (Details in the circulated minutes).

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