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Lodge Meeting Tuesday &th December 2021

Having got through the restrictions of the Pandemic, we were able to hold our traditional Ladies to Dine Christmas Festive Board on Tuesday 7th December 2021. However, on this occasion the Festive Board was held at Maxstoke Golf Club, where the Members of the Lodge, together with their wives, parners, family and friends, enjoyed good food and drink, laughter and a lot of fun.

This years Ladies to dine Festive Board Lodge Meeting is on Tuesday 6th December, when we will be returning to Maxstoke Golf Club. So, if you would like to join us, you will be most welcome, then please contact the Lodge Secretary W. Bro. Graham Hughes via the Contact Us page

 

Lodge Meeting Tuesday 1st February 2022

At this Lodge Meeting, Bro. Peter Gray was raised to the Degree of a Master Mason, and at our Lodge Meeting on Tuesday 5th April 2022, he received his Grand Lodge Certificate.

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Bro. Peter now occupies the Office of Inner Guard, and is looking forward to the challenges ahead as he progresses and increases his knowledge of Freemasonry.

 

Lodge Meeting Tuesday 1st March 2022

In March, our newest Candidate, Mr Zak Maling was initiated into Freemasonry and Coleshill Lodge, thus becoming Bro. Zak Maling.

Bro. Zak is 23 years of age and a post-graduate student at Birmingham University, and is hoping to move on to Sandhurst in the near future.

All the Brethren wish Zak well in both his chosen and also Masonic careers.

 

Lodge Meeting Tuesday 5th April 2022

This was our Installation Meeting, when W.Bro. Andy Hare was initiated into the chair of King Solomen, as the new Worshipful Master of Coleashill Lodge.

W.Bro. Andy is a very enthusiastic Mason, being a member in both Royal Arch and Knights Templar. A keen motorcyclist, W.Bro. is a Past Master of Mike Hailwood Lodge and is involved in most things where motorcycles are concerned.

W.Bro. Andy is very much looking forward to his year as our Worshipfull Master, seeking to take Coleshill Lodge forward.

 

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W.Bro. Andy Hare

 

 

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Sunday "4th July 2022 - Informal Sunday Lunch               

Our Worshipful Master W.Bro. Andy Hare in planning his social events and informal gatherings for the summer, has arranged for an informal lunch to be held on Sunday 24th July 2022 at Maxstoke Golf Club.

As with previous such lunches, it is informal, and open to family and friends to attend. An enjoyable and happy time is the order of the day, with good foof and drink guaranteed.

If you would like to join us, please make contact with the Lodge Secretary W.Bro. Graham Hughes via the Contact us page.

  

 November 14th 2021

At the annual Rememberence service held at St. Peter and St. Paul Coleshill, Bro. Dennis Walker once again laid a wreath on behalf of the Worshipful Master, Wardens and Brethren of Coleshill Lodge. It is always a very emotional event, one filled with both sadness and pride, Coleshill having lost an active serviceman just thirteen years ago.

Trooper James Munday was tragically killed in Afghanistan 15th October 2008

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As part of Coleshill Lodges wish to be involved with and contribute to local community projects and initiatives,we:-

a) Contribute to the High Street streetscape, by sponsoring one of the many timber planters that can be seen and enjoyed along the High Street.

                                                           

Coleshill Planter

b) Every year on Remembrance Sunday at the Parish Church service, we lay a wreath of poppies on behalf of the Lodge, and make a donation to The Royal British Legion.

c) Regualrly donate to local charities to help and support good works within the community and the local area they serve.

Coleshill Lodge are always aware of the need to contribute in some way to the wellbeing of the community and the local area and, therefore , if any suggestions in ways you think we may be able to help a charitable organisation you are involved in, then please contact us.

 

 

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