Somerset Freemasons

Diary dates

For more information on Lodge Installations, Provincial Fraternal visits and Team visits follow the links below.

List of events planned to celebrate the 300th Anniversary of Grand Lodge in 2017.
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Progression to the Masters Chair Seminars

If you are an officer progressing to the Chair of your Lodge or perhaps a new member thinking of doing so you will find these seminars very useful. Meetings are open to wives and partners too, refreshments will be provided. The meetings commence at 7pm and are at the following locations. Ask your Lodge Secretary to book you in.

I am writing to thank you on behalf of the Lodge for the “Progression to the Master’s Chair” seminar, which you held at the Masonic Hall, Burnham-on-Sea, earlier this month. It was very much appreciated by our brethren and their partners.
John Kidd - Secretary, Rural Philathropic Lodge.
 

The Adair Club

The Adair Club is open to all Masons aged 40 and under or have been a Master Mason for five years or less. It costs nothing and is there to help you settle into Masonry by putting you in touch with people like yourself – new to freemasonry and in your age group.
Freemasonry has a rich and diverse spread of members, but sometimes newer and younger members can find themselves in a minority. In this respect the Adair Club is more of a social club offering an opportunity for all younger brethren to share friendship and fellowship as well as having some fun with other like minded Master Masons. The club will organise various social events, some for Masons only, some to include their partners and families and others with the chance to bring along friends. It is hoped this will ensure we embrace our member’s families and bring them into our Masonic lives as well as offering the potential opportunity for friends who may be interested in joining having the chance to meet some Junior Freemasons in a social environment.
 
The Club already has a nucleus of members in the Bath and Keynsham area co-ordinated by Sam Mayer. This group has arranged a number of successful events.
The PGM would like to set up a number of other local groups in the Province. The aim is for these new groups meeting locally, would be to join up with other groups from time to time and perhaps hold a Province-wide get together once or twice a year.

The Adair Club Website
Contact Sam Mayer directly: 0117 307 0083 or Email
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Initiates Evenings

These are informal evenings where the Provincial Grand Master and other senior members of the Province welcome our new initiates. They are designed to be instructive to both the new initiate and his partner as well as being a pleasant social event. Its give new initiates the opportunity to meet the senior members of the Province and ask any questions about Masonry inside or outside their own Lodge. It also presents the opportunity to meet the newer brethren from Lodges throughout the Province of Somerset.

Every recent initiate will receive a personal invitation from the PGM via the Provincial secretary, please respond even if it is just to say that you are unable to attend.
Colin Ray and his wife Louise attended the Initiates evening in Yatton, commenting that "it was particularly good for Louise to be quickly, and concisely, brought up to speed on what Freemasonry is all about"
Mission accomplished!

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