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David S. Pratt - Provincial Grand Master
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|26 June 2017||MCF Tercentenary Community Awards – Vote Before 31st July!|
|26 June 2017||Tercentenary Organ Concert – 13th September, 2017|
|21 June 2017||Areas 1 to 5 Regular Lodge Meetings Monthly Calendars Updated 21/6 in Masonic Diary Dates|
|20 June 2017||Cosmopolitan Hotel – The Leeds Lodge Plaque Now On Display|
|20 June 2017||Goose & Gridiron, Settle, 21st June 2017|
|19 June 2017||Well Deserved Accolade – David Steel Jubilee|
|17 June 2017||Flower Power Helps Harrogate And Ripon Freemasons Celebrate 300th & 200th Anniversaries|
|14 June 2017||Tercentenary Summer Ball, Harrogate, 24th June 2017 – Last few tickets left!|
|13 June 2017||RMBI Festival Banquet Photos Available for Purchase|
|12 June 2017||Eight Yorkshire Charities In Line For Share Of £3M, 300 Grants, Giveaway!|
|10 June 2017||YORKSHIRE, WEST RIDING 2017 RMBI FESTIVAL REALISES A MAGNIFICENT £3,300,300!|
|9 June 2017||Fish & Chips & Real Ale Steam Train Charter – Last Few Seats Left!|
|9 June 2017||Tercentenary Events v24 confirmed, updated are listed in the Masonic Diary Dates section.|
|8 June 2017||Booking Details for the Royal Albert Hall Mirror Event – Grand Connaught Rooms, 31 October 2017|
|6 June 2017||Yorkshire Air Ambulance|
|5 June 2017||Provincial Charity Newsletter – June 2017|
|26 May 2017||The Provincial Grand Master’s Message – May 2017|
|25 May 2017||Support for Victims of the Manchester Bombing|
|25 May 2017||Ilkley Freemason Raises Money For Local Cancer Charity|
|17 May 2017||The London To Leeds Masonic Cycle|
|17 May 2017||The PROVINCIAL LECTURES List has been updated with a new batch of lectures added.|
|16 May 2017||Goose & Gridiron – Harrogate 23rd May 2017|
|7 May 2017||Celebrate in the Centre of the Province – Tercentenary Goose & Gridiron!|
|6 May 2017||Classics on the Square Tercentenary Run – Sunday 25th June|
|4 May 2017||Provincial Grand Lodge – 2nd May 2017|
|3 May 2017||Freemasons Grant More Than £100,000 To Six Yorkshire Charities|
|3 May 2017||It’s all over bar the shouting!|
|30 April 2017||The Provincial Grand Master’s Message – April 2017|
|28 April 2017||Watch the Unveiling of the Memorial to Freemasons awarded the Victoria Cross during WW1|
|24 April 2017||Freemasons Plant 300 Oaks On Otley Chevin To Mark Brotherhood’s 300th Anniversary|
Yorkshire, West Riding is one of the oldest Provinces in Freemasonry and has retained its name from the reorganisation of the English Counties under the Boundary Commission of 1974.
Within the Province there are over 200 Lodges and 82 Royal Arch Chapters with almost 6,000 members. The name does not reflect its geographical extent, which covers the whole of West and South Yorkshire and parts of North and East Yorkshire, an area of some 2,350 sq miles, from Ripon in the North to Sheffield in the South, Bentham in the West to Goole in the East.
The diversity of the region, from moorland to major industrial and commercial centre and market town to large urban conurbation, is reflected in the membership profile, which represents every social and cultural group of the population.
White Rose Masonic News is published in spring and autumn each year by Yorkshire WR Masonic Activities Ltd, under the chairmanship of W Bro John B Gledhill, PSGD.
Some 600 brethren, their wives and partners, shared in the celebrations and delight as the outstanding result of the Festival, kept under wraps until the night, was greeted with acclaim and great satisfaction by all present. The amount raised was fitting recognition to mark the 300th Anniversary of Freemasonry within the United Grand Lodge of England, and testimony to the hard work and dedication of Brethren and their families during the five years of the Festival.
The Total Realised is a Fantastic £3,300,300