Programme for 2018:
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Meetings will take place at Manchester Hall, 33 Bridge Street M3 3BT commencing at 5.45 pm in January, March and November. Other stated meetings will take place in Bottoms, and Salford.
Saturday 24th March :Let’s Talk Freemasonry conference:
To learn more and book in click ; http://www.pglel.co.uk/craft-freemasonry/education-development/
Wednesday, 28 March, untyled MAMR meeting and tour.
The Manchester Masonic Museum
The shape and condition of the intended Museum on the third floor of Manchester Hall is unpredictable. Interested brethren are invited to inspect and to discuss.
Inaugural address of the new President ,WBro Peter Robinson. PProvSGD.
“Alan de Tatton Egerton”
Examination of the Egerton Masonic record in Cheshire.
Saturday, 19 May, at 11.30 am, in conjunction with the Lodge of Prince George No. 308 (Yorks WR) at the Masonic Hall, Bottoms, Eastwood, OL14 6DN. MAMR to follow lodge meeting, then lunch.
The Treasures of Bottoms WBro Christopher Powell
Chris will speak about the remarkable Masonic artwork displayed at this former busy hotel in its pivotal location in the upper Calder valley between Lancashire and Yorkshire.
Wednesday, 26 September, untyled MAMR meeting at Salford Masonic Hall
The Provincial Grand Lodge of Lancashire 1734-1826 WBro John Acaster
John will discuss the main organisational features of this early developmental PGL for the county palatine in comparison with that for Chestershire.
Tuesday, 27 November, in conjunction with the Lodge of Silent Temple No. 126 (tyled).
Hjalmar Schacht—the only Freemason in Hitler’s government VW. Bro. Helge Bjorn Horrisland
Bro. Helge is a very senior official dealing with international relations in the Grand Lodge of Norway. He is also a leading Masonic researcher. His talk will honour a surprising figure!
Saturday 24 March, Hemsley House, The Crescent, Salford M5 4PE 9.30am-3.30pm. Untyled.
Let’s Talk Masonry
The conference for 2018 will focus on the First Degree but will also reflect on the Royal Arch. For details see www.pglel.co.uk
Saturday/Sunday,10/11 June. Manchester Histories Festival, Central Library, Manchester. MAMR may be taking part in this; details, if so, on our website www.mamr.co.uk
If you would like to attend a meeting please complete the form below:
Dining: Members and visitors who wish to dine after the meetings at Manchester Hall (January, March and November) MUST notify the general Secretary NOT LATER THAN FOUR clear days before, enclosing the dining fee. The cost of dining will be shown on the website.