Remembrance Sunday is our opportunity to remember the fallen, the injured and our serving personnel.
Many organisations and individual across our Province will be hosting services to commemorate the day, and I encourage you to liaise with your Lodge / Hall and support the remembrance services and walk proudly in parades wearing on this occasion your Craft collar, appropriate Military medals and Poppy. Please note that Masonic jewels should not be worn.
This year the Province of Durham will be laying 20 wreaths at various locations on your behalf along with many personal tributes from individuals and from Lodges and Chapters.
Be part of something special, and remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice, so we could enjoy our tomorrows.
RWBro John Paul Thompson.
Provincial Grand Master.
|1||Billingham||WBro David Hay|
|2||Chester Le Street||WBro Michael Jacques|
|3||Darlington||WBro Andrew Foster|
|4||Durham||VWBro Michael Graham|
|5||Hartlepool Raby Road||RWBro John Thompson|
|6||Jarrow||WBro Paul O’Doherty|
|7||Seaham||WBro Andrew Moule|
|8||Murton||Armed Forces Committee|
|9||Shildon||WBro Jamie Rielly|
|10||South Shields||WBro Clinton Leeks|
|11||Spennymoor||WBro David Hanson|
|12||Stockton on Tees||WBro Tom Gittins|
|13||Sunderland||WBro Rak Bhalla|
|14||Darlington Cockerton||WBro Richard Tucker|
|15||Darlington Yarm Road||WBro Mark Aram|
|16||Barnard Castle||WBro Frank White|
|17||Hartlepool Headland||WBro Paul Fryer|
|18||Menin Gate||WBro Stuart Major|
|19||Birtley||WBro Gordon Brewis|
|20||Consett||WBro John D Watts|