Tuesday 14th March 2017

The 433rd Meeting saw Mr Edward Butler passing to the 2nd Degree.

The Charity collection was for the Birmingham Crisis Centre – www.birminghamcrisis.org.uk

Tuesday 10th January 2017

The 432nd Meeting saw Mr Gary Masters passing to the 3rd Degree.

For further information about the ceremony please email Bro. Secretary – click here

Tuesday 8th November 2016

The 431st Meeting saw the initiation ceremony for Mr Edward Butler.

The Charity collection for the local 84th Handsworth Scouts group – scouts.org.uk.

For further information about the ceremony please email Bro. Secretary – click here

Saturday 1st October 2016

Our 430th Meeting was on Saturday 1st October. W.Bro. Jon Creak. P.Prov.J.G.W was inducted as Worshipful Master. The Charity for the Warwickshire Masonic Benevolent Fund raised £137.00.

The Warwickshire Masonic Benevolent Fund (WMBF) provide financial relief for needy freemasons of the province of Warwickshire and to members of their families as defined in the trust deed. To read more click here.

A raffle also raised £150.00 for the M-Fest. MFEST 300 is a family-friendly festival that will celebrate 300 Years of Freemasonry in Weston Park, Shropshire on 24th – 25th June 2017. To read more click here.

Tuesday 8th March 2016

The 429th Regular Meeting was held on Tuesday 8th March at 18:00pm and featured a new Quiz Night!

W.Bro. P. Sorrill was invited to conduct the Masonic Quiz, this was very well received and the winning team consisted of the WM, W.Bro’s Meacham, Thrupp and Watson who were presented with a prize at the Festive Board. The WM thanked W.Bro. Sorrill for arranging the quiz and conducting it in such a splendid manner and advancing our Masonic knowledge.

The Charity collection for MacMillan Nurses raised £107.00. See http://www.macmillan.org.uk for more details.

Tuesday 12th January 2016

The 428th Regular Meeting was held on Tuesday 12th Jan at 18:00pm. The ceremony saw the passing of Bro Gary Masters to the Second Degree. There was also an exemplary presentation of the second degree tracing board performed by W. Bro. J. Creak.

At the Festive Board the charity collection raised £85.00 for Dementia UK in name of Norman Witham.

Dementia UK help people living with dementia through specialist one-to-one support and expert advice.

See https://www.dementiauk.org for more detail.