Geoffrey Bond (a prominent Nottinghamshire Freemason, retired lawyer, heritage consultant, businessman, author and broadcaster) will be hosting the Tercentenary Exhibition in Goldsmith St on Saturday 17 June from 10:00am – 4:00pm. The exhibition will, in addition to our permanent exhibits, contain a number of fine and rare masonic items that Geoffrey has borrowed from the UGLE Masonic Library and Museum in London. At various times during the day, Geoffrey will be explaining in his individualistic style the history of various artifacts and bringing to life our masonic heritage.
Geoffrey was an original member of the Antiques Roadshow and in the 1980s he presented the long-running television series 'Something to Treasure' for ITV. Being an expert in the field of antiques, he is a highly successful consultant and has been actively involved in the Tercentenary Exhibition at Freemasons Hall, Great Queen Street, London.
Take time out from the Community Fun Day in Old market Square to come along to our Masonic Centre in Goldsmith Street with family and friends and listen to Geoffrey, it really will be an experience to remember. The exhibition will be open from 10:00am - 4:00pm (and there will also be tours of the temple available).