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Cerrigcochion Road,
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BRECKNOCK LODGE No 651 ARE HOLDING A BBQ ON THE 14th JULY IN AID OF CHARITY
AND AS A SOCIAL EVENT AT THE MASONIC HALL, CERRIGCOCHION ROAD.

MEET 4.00pm, FOOD SERVED APPROXIMATELY 5.30pm

PRICED AT £10.00 PER PERSON INCLUDING A GLASS OF PIMMS.
WINE AND BEER WILL BE AVAILABLE.

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BRETHREN, FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF BRECKNOCK LODGE ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND
AND SUPPORT THE WORSHIPFUL MASTER WITH HIS CHARITIES.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR COMPANY

 

BRECON FREEMASONS WELCOME LLANGASTY WOMEN’S INSTITUTE

On Wednesday 13th June, the Brecon Freemasons played hosts to members of Llangasty Women’s Institute. The ladies received a very informative presentation from V.W. Bro Dr Paul Calderwood on the origins of Freemasonry that then progressed through to Freemasonry’s role in present day Society. The ladies were then invited into the Lodge Temple where they were able to see the Lodge layout and the Lodge Honours Boards that itemise the Worshipful Masters of the various Lodges.



The structure and offices in a Lodge were explained to the Ladies and opportunity was taken by the ladies to sit in the seats that would equate to their status within the WI. As can be seen, the President of Llangasty WI, Mrs Ann Bevan appeared very comfortable in the Worshipful Masters Chair! The ladies enjoyed
a very relaxed atmosphere and were able to ask questions and discuss perceptions etc with their hosts. All the ladies were given a copy of Y Dalaith, the freemasons quarterly magazine for the Province of South Wales. This was indeed an historic day for both Brecon Freemasons and members of the
Women’s Institute and when the update to the Brecknock history is written it will surely include this memorable evening.



Mrs Ann Bevan on behalf of Llangasty WI receiving a History of the Brecknock Lodge No 651
from W.Bro Des Preece MBE

 

 

 

 

Annual Strawberry Fair

at

The Albert Edward Prince of Wales Court

Saturday 2nd June 2018

rmbi

Brethren,
On Saturday 2nd June 2018 the RMBI and the Association of Friends will be holding the Annual Strawberry Fair at the Albert Edward Prince of Wales Court, Penylan Avenue. Porthcawl CF36 3LY.
This year we are looking to build on last year’s success, we therefore require further support from the brethren of our Province, to enable us to exceed last year’s total, remember that all the money raised is to assist the Residents of the Home, and give them those extra pleasures in life that we take for granted. There are plenty of FUN things to do for all the family, come along and join in the fun, it is open to all.

Inside and Outside Stalls

  • Bottle Stall for Adults and a Bottle Stall for children, All types of bottles Alcoholic or non-alcoholic or even cans will be gratefully received
  • Cake Stall, (Home-made cakes are always required)
  • DVD Stall, Teddy Bear Stall White Elephant, arts & crafts and many more
  • Delicious Strawberry Teas and Cakes
  • Raffle Tickets (Will be are available from your Lodge Liaison Office for the AEPOWC)

Outside Events

BBQ, Burgers, Hot Dogs, Bouncy Castle, Children’s Slide, Crazy Golf, Putting Competition, Football Competition.

Agenda

1.00 pm Doors Open
2.30pm A local Choir will be performing
3.30pm Additional Musical Entertainment during the afternoon
4.30pm Raffle is drawn
5.00pm Finish

I look forward to meeting you all,
Alan Gardener, PSGD APGM
Chairman

 

 

At the Brecknock Lodge No 651 Festive Board held on the 29th November attended by Ladies and friends of Brethren,several charites were the recipiants of generous donations with Brecon Hospital receiving £50,000.


It was also an appropriate opportunity to remember a well respected Brother, Gentleman and Dear Friend of many and glasses were raised in memory of W.Bro John Swain.


R.I.P. John

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BRECKNOCK LODGE No: 651

 

LADIES NIGHT BOOKING FORM 5TH MAY 2018 

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Members of the "Tour of the Province" Cycling Team are Greeted at Brecon Masonic Temple by the Chairman of the Association of Brecon Freemasons W.Bro Nigel Matthews (3rd Left) and W.Bro Brian Matthews (4th Right) where they were joined by Brecknock Lodge No 651 Entered Apprentice Andy Lewis for the ride to the most Northern two Lodges of the Province, Loyal Wye and Ithon.

 



Prostrate Cancer

W.Bro Russ Rees's Prostrate Cancer Challenge

I am raising awareness of prostrate cancer for Velindre Cancer Centre because I am a recovering prostrate cancer patient.

Follow this Link for details:Click Here For Details

 

My Story

Thanks for taking the time to visit my Just Giving page.

This is a three part challenge.

1. On my 76th birthday, I will be challenging myself to complete the ascent and and descent of Pen-y-Fan which I have been unable to do for over 10 years. 
2. To raise awareness of prostrate cancer by maximising awareness of the illness with those that are closely related to the men who may suffer with this illness. 
3. Raise as much money as I can for the excellent work that Velindre Cancer Centre carry out. 

Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving - they'll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they'll send your money directly to the charity. So it's the most efficient way to donate - saving time and cutting costs for the charity

 

 

 

Masonic Charitable Foundation - A new charity for Freemasons, for families, for everyone.

The Pro Grand Master, Peter Lowndes has announced that a new charity called the Masonic Charitable Foundation is to be established, bringing together the charitable activities of the four existing central Masonic Charities.
At Quarterly Communication of Grand Lodge on Wednesday, 9 September 2015, the Pro Grand Master said: 

The Masonic Charitable Foundation will continue to offer the same support and services to those Freemasons and family members who need help, as well as support for the non-Masonic charitable causes that the Craft wishes to assist.

The Masonic Charitable Foundation will be one of the largest charities in the country and will rely on the generosity of Freemasonry for its funds.
It is anticipated that the Masonic Charitable Foundation will be registered with the Charity Commission as soon as possible and that it will begin making grants from 1 April 2016.  The proposals remain subject to the approval of some existing Charity members.
A shadow board of trustees comprising individuals from the existing Charities is overseeing the creation of the new charity and the transition into a single organisation. 

Further information about the Masonic Charitable Foundation will be made available over the next few months. 

Please visit mcf.org.uk for more information.

 

Brecon Masonic Hall Defibrillator

The Association of Brecon Freemasons are Proud to Announce
that they have bought and Installed
a Defibrillator making it available for Public Accessibility

 

 

 

Freemasonry Today Magazine

 

"Spring 2015 Now Out"


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Albert Edward Prince of Wales Court
Penylan Avenue Porthcawl Mid Glamorgan CF36 3LY
T: 01656 785311 E:
albertedward@rmbi.org.uk
www.rmbi.org.uk

 

An Ideal Gift

For The Initiate!


A Copy

of the

History Book

While Stocks Last!

 


Nigel Matthews, Chairman of the Association of Brecon Freemasons
Presenting cheque to, Mike Lewis, SSAFA chairman
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