Adieu, a heart warm, fond adieu, Dear brothers of the mystic tie! Ye favored, ye enlightened few, Companions of my social joy! Tho’ I to foreign lands must hie, Pursuing fortune’s slidd’ry ba’, With melting heart and brimful eye, I’ll mind you still, though far awa’. — Oft have I met your social band, An’…Read More Adieu, A Heart-Warm, Fond Adieu (Robert Burns)
The annual Grenville Lodge No. 1787 Widows lunch took place as usual at the fabulous Villiers Hotel in Buckingham (3 Castle Street Buckingham, MK18 1BS). We had a great turnout this year and would like to extend a very big thank you to all the lodge members that kindly volunteered to escort their guests to…Read More Grenville Widows Lunch at Villiers – Dec 13th 2015
Introduction As part of an overall drive to improve communications and knowledge both across our membership and the general public I would like to update you on three Internet platforms that we’re keen for you to be made aware of and to participate in. Grenville Lodge Website The website has now been rebuilt and you…Read More New Website Update
On Saturday 24th October Grenville Lodge held a Charity Dinner Dance at the Buckingham Town Hall with entertainment provided by the Estrella’s. It was a fantastic night and Cheques for £500 were presented to both Buckingham Scouts and the Winslow Carers.Read More Grenville Lodge Charity Dinner Dance – 24th October 2015
PROVINCIAL GRAND LODGE OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE Dear Brother Charity Steward and Secretary September 2015 I hope everyone has enjoyed some form of Masonic rest during the summer and is now ready for the season to start. This is my last Provincial Charity Steward newsletter before handing over the role to W Bro Ron King at the…Read More Letter from W Bro Graham Dearing PAGDC Provincial Grand Charity Steward
Introduction It’s been a bit of a wait, largely due to a few other commitments but at long last here is the new Grenville Lodge No. 1787 website and blog. The old website will remain for a short while as we ensure that all content has been moved across and all is ok. The new…Read More Grenville & the Internet….
We had a wonderful Wild Game Dinner in the Grenville Temple on 24th January evening. Alan Clark kindly provided a microphone, which he now probably regrets as it quickly passed round the room and provided a fantastic platform for a few of us to demonstrate our excellent vocal skills, including our hugely talented Chaplain, Bill…Read More Wild Game Dinner – 24th January 2015