Legend has it that on the 12th May, a number of Brethren from across the Somerset Province went out for their annual trip to Tintagel, Cornwall. The day was organised by Tony Saunter of Tynte Lodge 7994 who was keen to see his family at the The King Arthur Lodge installation meeting. The Lodge meets at the very impressive temple, which doubles as a museum dedicated to King Arthur and is a recommended masonic stop-off if any Brother finds themself in that part of Cornwall. As is the annual custom, the minibus stopped off at Warrens in Launceston for a pasty, before heading on to Tintagel itself. The Festive Board followed at the popular Bowood Golf Club, before the Brethren made a sleepy return to Somerset thanks to the expert driving of Tony Saunter himself. It had after all been a long knight.
Article submitted by: Alan Chambers – Worshipful Master of Tynte Lodge
Posted by Ed Richings: ACO (SW)