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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.
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Latest news from around the Province

  • Dedication is spending your 80th birthday in the chair of your RAM Lodge!

    W Bro Tony Lowdon, IPC of Christchurch RAM Lodge spent his 80th Birthday in the chair of Christchurch RAM Lodge.

    Written on Friday, 26 November 2021 09:49 Read more...
  • Official Visit to Thistle and Shamrock Lodge No 1048 75th Anniversary Celebrations

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    The Provincial Grand Master, R.W.Bro. George J. Deacon, accompanied by the Deputy Provincial Grand Master, V.W.Bro. Brian Ridler, the Assistant Provincial Grand Master, W.Bro. Tony Green and Officers of Provincial Grand Lodge attended the 75th Anniversary Celebrations of the Thistle and Shamrock Lodge of Mark Master Masons No. 1048 on Thursday 18 November 2021 in Havant. Over 70 Brethren were at the meeting which included 30 members of the Provincial Team.

    Written on Sunday, 21 November 2021 15:54 Read more...
  • Provincial Almoners Letter from Andover

    Dear Brethren All,  

    Here I am again hoping that you are all as well as can be expected. The trees are still entertaining us with glorious autumn colours before the leaves fall to the ground. It does look untidy but is a necessary cycle of nature. Not too much activity in the garden at present just preparing for the spring.

    Written on Saturday, 20 November 2021 17:51 Read more...
  • Provincial Almoners Letter from Andover

    Dear Brethren All,  

    Here we are in to November already, where is the time going. We had two days of frost this week so the garden is now bedding down for the winter season. Pat did quickly lift the dahlias and bring the other plants indoors as a result of the cold. Hopefully I will not have to cut the grass again until the spring, although I am concerned as there is a lot of moss within the grass.

    Written on Saturday, 06 November 2021 18:14 Read more...