(by Brad Barnes, Peterborough Telegraph, 29 June 2019)
Like all charitable organisations, Freemasonry moves with the times. Much of its information is now provided online, through websites, Facebook pages and Twitter feeds, and there are many social events during the year where family and friends can attend, writes Freemason Craig Bunday..
It is this forward thinking approach that has led many districts in the country to form clubs for new and young Masons. The idea being that these new Masons get together at their local centre for social events, and in a similar way, also meet up at larger events throughout the county and further afield.
It is affectionately called ‘the Light Blue Club’, alluding to the colour of the aprons worn by newer members of Freemasonry.
In late May, Peterborough’s recently formed branch of The Light Blue Club held its inaugural event. Over 50 Masons and their wives added a little spice to their lives with a “beer and curry” evening.
Young and newer Masons from…
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