Buckinghamshire/England – More than 100 Freemasons initiated at Freemasons’ Hall


London/England - More than 100 Freemasons initiated at Freemasons’ Hall

(by editorial board, London Post, September 16, 2021)

 

For the first time in Freemasons’ history, more than 100 members were initiated at Freemasons’ Hall in one day. The Province of Buckinghamshire achieved the remarkable step for Freemasonry on 12 September. During the event, all 24 Lodge Rooms as well as the Grand Temple were used by Buckinghamshire Freemasons for the ceremonies, with a total of 700 Freemasons present for the event.

The lodges carried out individual or double ceremonies throughout the day starting at 10:30am. The celebratory lunch and dinner were served in the gallery suite and the vestibule outside the doors of the Grand Temple. Throughout the day, each of the Buckinghamshire lodges carried out initiations of new members. At 3:30pm every lodge then gathered in the Grand Temple with their newly initiated members.

The head of Freemasonry for Buckinghamshire, John Clark said: “This is a memorable and historic day both for Buckinghamshire and for Freemasonry as a whole. In 300 years of history there has never been so many initiations taking place in one place and…

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