The Lodge of Assistance No 2773
Some images from our Lodge
Members of the Lodge's 2015 Audit Committee hard at work.
The Master presents a cheque for £3,570 to the Metropolitan Masonic Charity.
The Secretary with some of our guests at the House of Lords banquet.
Our antique poignard, still used in ceremonies.
Our Warrant of 1899, signed by the Grand Master (Albert Edward, Prince of Wales - later King Edward VII) and Deputy Grand Master (Francis Greville, Earl of Warwick).
The aftermath of a Lodge banquet - in this case, a guest dinner with ladies present.
Preprandial drinks at the 2014 Guest Dinner.
Members and guests enjoy dinner in the Wardroom on board HMS Belfast.
Members assembled at Henley for the Royal Regatta.
Lodge centenary firing glasses, engraved with Lodge name and number.
Our Bible (in use since our consecration in 1899), with the embroidered pedestal fall (with fringe) and burse (containing the folded Warrant).
Members and guests enjoy the sun and tea at a Lodge summer garden party.
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