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Congratulations to all HRA Masons receiving Craft Honours

The Most Excellent Grand Superintendent (Excellent Companion R.V. Gutteridge) has congratulated the Provincial Grand Master and his administrative and ceremonial officers for a splendid Annual Craft meeting last Friday (6th May 2016).

No deceiving Woodthorpe Chapter on the 1st of April

It may have been the morning of 1st April, but the eyes of the companions attending the installation meeting of Woodthorpe Chapter were not deceived; they really did see the ME Grand Superintendent, the Deputy Grand Superintendent and the two Principals in attendance.

Edwinstowe Chapter New and Not So New

On Thursday 28th January at Nottingham Masonic Hall, there was what proved to be a special evening embracing all of the Masonic traditions, principles and tenets, when Excellent Companion Michael Tomsett MEZ, assisted by Excellent Companions Jollyon Smith acting Haggai and Excellent Companion Chris Starnes acting Joshua, exalted Brother Paul Leverton into the Holy Royal Arch and the Edwinstowe Chapter.

Ceremonial Visit to Ravenshead Chapter

This evening saw the Provincial Grand Chapter Ceremonial Team - led by the Most Excellent Grand Superintendent in and over Nottinghamshire Richard Vernon Gutteridge, the Deputy Grand Superintendent and the 2nd and 3rd Provincial Grand Principals - attend an Exaltation Ceremony which saw W. Brother Joseph Roy Fox become a Companion of the Holy Royal Arch.

Four new Royal Arch Reps

The Grand Superintendent, E Comp R.V Gutteridge, has appointed four new Companions to promote the Royal Arch in their respective Lodges with a view to expanding the membership of the Royal Arch in Nottinghamshire.