Provincial Grand Lodge Of Gloucestershire

Fifty Not Out

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Fifty Not Out

The Lodge of Grace, named after the legendary Gloucestershire cricketer WG Grace, celebrated their fiftieth anniversary at their installation meeting on the 16th of May. Colin Danks was duly installed as Master by the Installing Master RM Rayfield.  He returned to the Chair of this Lodge after ten years; their new Junior Warden, Tim Henderson Ross, ends his ten year tenure as Provincial Grand Master at the end of this month. As this was one of Tim’s last lodge meetings as Provincial Grand Master there was an abundance of Grand Officers and Rulers present; so many in fact that the procession went all the way round the Lodge room looking more like a Scottish Reel, appropriate given Tim’s Scottish heritage but sadly not danced on this occasion. Tim and the Provincial Chaplain Richard Westacott dedicated the ‘new’ centrepiece which WBro Rayfield later pointed out was in fact older than the lodge at sixty years old, a fact he could testify to as it was his!

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The Provincial Grand Master at The Lodge of Grace
Fifty Not Out