• A second night out

    Having enjoyed the hospitality of Fortitude at Severn Street, as your correspondent, I was pleased to travel a little further afield to Warwick and to Shakespeare Chapter.  Whilst it boasts a low number – 284 – it was in fact only consecrated in 1947.  Whilst the brethren of St…

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  • From our Correspondent – Once More

    It is perhaps very apt that the oldest Chapter in the Province should meet in the suitably aged surroundings and refined atmosphere of Severn Street. The Chapter was consecrated back… Read More

  • Charity – many thanks and keep up the good work

    So we all happily turn up to our Chapter Meetings with something in our wallets to put towards the charity collection and we fill in the back of an envelope… Read More

  • It doesn’t get much better than this

    Freemasonry in general and Royal Arch ritual in particular were shown in their very best light at the General Chapter of Improvement Annual Festival which took place at Atherstone.  In… Read More

  • A little red book – our Correspondent returns to Warwickshire

    Coventry Foundation Chapter – March 2019 These days we are encouraged to recycle as much as possible. The Companions of Coventry Foundation Chapter took this to heart at their recent… Read More

  • Yenton Chapter No 3484 – 100 Not Out

    The guns had fallen silent on 11th November 1918. The experiences, traumas and horrors of World War 1 were still a very real memory for many, many people when on… Read More

  • Congratulations – your letter should be with you

    As the days draw out it is nice to get good news; and so it is for some of our most hardworking members who have received Notice of First Appointments… Read More

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