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St Oswald Lodge Receive Centenary Warrant

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May
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The Worshipful Master St Oswald Lodge Number 4260 welcomed the Assistant Provincial Grand Master WBro Andrew Moule PSGD to present their Centenary Warrant.

 

With the ladies joining them for the festive board a great evening was enjoyed by all with raffles raising £500.00, boosted by a donation of an amazing M&S hamper and the 25 members attending the festive board.

 

The Brethren were delighted to learn, that although they remember the sad loss of WBro Neil Pritchard, that his Grandchild born days after his passing and rushed to the ICU in Newcastle had now been transferred to Durham as treatment is progressing well.

 

With Anita’s permission we publish a photograph, alongside one of the Durham Masonic Teddies, which of course is supplied through the fundraising of the Durham Brethren who donate hospitals around our province with teddies to children in need.

 

This event was even more special in that Mr TLC Duncan Maw a Past Master of the Lodge heads this special group of brethren.

 

Together we are making a difference.
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