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Mark Master Mason and Royal Ark Mariner Masonry in Hampshire & Isle of Wight

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The Mark Degree is the largest degree after the Craft and Chapter. The Degree itself is one of hope and encouragement, dealing with the building of King Solomon's Temple.
This beautiful and exclusive Degree is restricted to those Brethren who are already Mark Master Masons.
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Latest news from around the Province

  • Annual Assembly of Royal Ark Mariners calling notice

    Find details and forms for the upcoming assembly of Royal Ark Mariners here.

    Written on Monday, 21 November 2022 11:58
  • 2023 Provincial RAM Grand Ranks annnounced

    Congratulations to those brethren honoured with ProvRAMGR.  Find the full list here.

    Written on Monday, 21 November 2022 11:49
  • Provincial Almoners Letter from Andover

    Dear Brethren All,  

    I sit here at 09.50 hours starting to compile this letter after having got up at 05.30 hours to get ready to go to Sussex for the District meeting of KTP, at 10.00 hours. Why am I still here at home, well, when I went to take a shower this morning there was no hot water. I am not 007 so I do not like cold showers. The central heating boiler had stopped working, no need to rush over P.G.M., thankfully, we are on a contract with British Gas, so the engineer has already been and fixed the problem, by replacing the circuit board. Advice given, consider a new boiler.

    Written on Monday, 21 November 2022 10:13
  • Provincial Almoners Letter from Andover

    Dear Brethren All,

    We had been subjected to a shortage of water due to the very low rainfall but now it has started raining it does not seem to know when to stop. I hope that you did not experience too much damage during the tornado that “visited” the area recently.  We could not see across the road during the height of the downpour, although we do though need this commodity so will not complain too much. The lawns have benefitted from this and are recovering slowly, they do need cutting at the moment but they are not dry enough to give them a haircut. Trust that I will be able to remedy this during the week. This time of the year the garden looks drab normally but we still have plenty of colour to enjoy from some of the flowers.

    Written on Sunday, 30 October 2022 12:30