Tag Archives: appeal

Second Grand Principal sends thanks for RCS Appeal Total

Following the closure of the Royal Arch Bicentenary Fund the Second Grand Principal ME Comp George Pipon Francis has written to the Grand Superintendent expressing his grateful thanks for all the hard work and efforts by the Warwickshire Companions in support … Continue reading

Royal Arch Garden Party – Sunday 23rd June 2013

Notice has already been given of the above event to be held in aid of the Royal Arch 2013 Appeal on behalf of the Royal College of Surgeons.  The booking forms are now available and can be downloaded here Application form 4pp … Continue reading

RA Bicentenary Appeal Update

Provincial Grand Charity Steward, E Comp David Satchwell has recently received an update on the amount collected for the Royal Arch Masons 2013 Bicentenary Appeal to confirm the total collected at 30 November 2013 which is £33,963. E Comp David said … Continue reading

The Provincial Grand Chapter of Warwickshire Benelovent Fund

The Benevolent Fund has recently held its Annual General meeting and E Comp Michael Irving the current Provincial Grand Almoner was elected as the President.  E Comp Paul J Wheeler, the Secretary of the Fund has issued this report which describes … Continue reading

Update on 2013 Bicentenary Appeal

An update on the progress made with the Royal Arch Masons 2013 Bicentenary Appeal has recently been issued to all Chapter MEZs by the Provincial Grand Charity Steward, E Comp David Satchwell.  When asked why he was writing to MEZs he said … Continue reading

Warwickshire 2012 Festival Result

The Craft 2012 Festival Banquet held on 22nd September 2012 at a magnificently decorated Edgbaston Assembly Rooms was quite a celebration and saw the announcement that the magnificent sum of £3,159,870 had been raised over the seven years of the … Continue reading

Celebration of the Bicentenary of the Royal Arch – 16 October 2013

The Second Grand Principal has confirmed details of the celebrations for the Bicentenary of the Royal Arch in 2013 which marks the official recognition of the Royal Arch as ‘the completion of pure and antient freemasonry’. Continue reading