The “Square and Compass in Worth Matravers” there’s a strange establishment. I stumbled on it 20 years ago and thought I was on the set of the “Wicker-Man”.This is the most bizarre thread I've ever read on any forum, ever! Don't know diddly-squat about the Masons, but I've enjoyed many a fine pint at the Square and Compass in Worth Matravers. Seems all a bit "nudge, nudge, wink wink, Squire" from what you lot are saying. In any case, the whole thing smacks of "Establishment" and that's enough to make me run a mile.
Ready Lodge 4008 in the Province of Staffordshire. Senior Warden & Charity Steward.Just wondering if there are any other Freemasons on here (cue the ‘it’s a secret’) comments.
Strange old time at the moment with no Lodge or Chapter meetings so thought it might be a good idea to discover other members and perhaps come up with a themed beer!
Isn't it just. Here's a link for those who don't know it:Best pub in the world!
Wow, a couple of thousand younger than we are! Happy to meet!Ready Lodge 4008 in the Province of Staffordshire. Senior Warden & Charity Steward.
No ideas for a themed beer but our local brewery in Stone, Lymestone Brewery, always has a "stone" in their beer names. I don't think he's a Freemason but there is vague masonry link there for you.
We're very lucky in our lodge there are at least about 10 of us with our own teeth etc. I think lodges go in cycles and ours is currently a good mix of ages. Fingers crossed we'll be back soon.
Same here. No meetings at present. Our Lodge has quite a range of health care professionals and elderly members so we decided not to meet.Wow, a couple of thousand younger than we are! Happy to meet!
Are you managing to hold meetings at the moment? We’ve not had a meeting since January and similar to you I should be going through the Chair this year (December) but not much chance of that. First time so I’m hoping to delay to next year even if things change.
I like the own teeth way of measuring age I’ll use that one
We used to camp at Woodyhyde, and walk up over the hill, past the quarry.. Long old slog, but certainly gave us an appetite for a pint(or six) and a pasty!