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These news items are compiled by the Bath Masonic Hall Trust

New Newsletter

The first issue of a new Newsletter for all Bath Freemasons has just been published.  It is called the North East Corner. The Newsletter will be issued three times a year, in May, September and December, and is being circulated in electronic form to all members of Lodges and Orders meeting at Bath Masonic Hall.   The style is light-hearted, and [...]

By | May 13th, 2018|

Fourth Ashlar Presented

On 1st March the Provincial Grand Master, RW Bro Stuart Hadler, along with some of the Provincial Team, made a fraternal visit to the oldest lodge in the Province - Royal Cumberland Lodge No.41. The PGM took the opportunity of his visit to present the Lodge with their fourth Ashlar recognising their contributions to the [...]

By | March 2nd, 2017|

A Masonic Christmas Tree

The annual Christmas Tree Trail held at the Central United Reformed Church in Bath helps to raise funds to support the crucial work undertaken by nominated local charities and community service organisations. This year, Bath Freemasons joined in the fun by building a Masonic Christmas tree from key tools, with the aim of highlighting [...]

By | December 21st, 2016|

£5,000 Raised for New RUH Bereavement Suite

Masonic Lodges across Bath have come together to help bereaved families at the City's Royal United Hospital. The Royal Albert Edward, St Alphege and Royal Cumberland Lodges have raised £5,000 for the RUH’s ‘Forget-Me-Not’ Child Bereavement Suite in the maternity unit. This project will provide grieving parents with a safe and comforting space to [...]

By | June 12th, 2016|

Surrey’s Cranleigh Lodge visits Royal Cumberland Lodge

The best kept secret in Freemasonry? The answer must surely be the Bath Masonic Hall and Museum. Having seen an episode of “Flog It” on TV which featured this fascinating building and its contents Bill Clayton made contact with The Royal Cumberland Lodge Secretary, Alan Morsley, to arrange a visit. Alan could not have [...]

By | April 16th, 2015|

Double Presentation for Royal Cumberland Lodge

At the regular meeting of Royal Cumberland Lodge on 4th December 2014, the Deputy Provincial Grand Master, V.W.Bro Ray Guthrie presented W.Bro Bernard Cox with a certificate celebrating his 50 years in Freemasonry. Bernard spent his working life at Stothert and Pitt in Bath and has lived in Keynsham for over sixty years.  He [...]

By | December 9th, 2014|