Provincial Grand Lodge of North Wales

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Repertoire of Available Lectures

The North Wales Association for Masonic Study (NWAMS) encourages the research and dissemination of Masonic Knowledge and is able to offer both Lodges and Royal Arch Chapters the services of a number of Brethren in the Province who have worked hard to prepare presentations that have been approved for delivery by the Association. Information is also kept on other Brethren from both within and outside the Province who, although, not officially approved by the Association, also provide a valuable service by providing talks/lectures. Further information may be obtained from W.Bro. Philip James, Secretary to the NWAMS by emailing

Lodges/Chapters wishing to avail themselves of a presentation should peruse the current list available on P.E.C.S. and make direct contact with the provider/s giving as much notice as possible of the date they are required. Lecturers provide their services at no cost to Lodges/Chapters that subscribe to the NWAMS. Where a presentation is to be given by any of the listed brethren the summons for that meeting should be annotated accordingly with the words �given under the auspices of the North Wales Association for Masonic Study�.

Full table of current lectures is available on P.E.C.S.


Amongst the repertoire of Lectures available from the Association´s Lecturers are:

What´s in a Name.
Masonic Victoria Crosses.
Sir Walter Stansfield, Soldier, Policeman and Freemason.
Your question´s answered.
The Green Man.
The Royal Arch Jewel.
More Ancient than the Golden Fleece.
Solomon´s Temple.
On being made a Mason.
The Lodge, its Jewels, Ornaments and Furniture.
William Price Smith, P.G.St.B., P.Pr.G.Sec. (N. Wales), his contribution to Masonry in North Wales.
Travelling Men East of the Mississippi.
Masonic Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Era
French Masonry - a tribute to the late W.Bro. Peter Timney, P.Pr.S.G.W. (Somerset).
The Six Grand Lodges of England.
A Brief Insight of The Medieval Operative Mason.
Five Worthy Masons.
Astronomy - one of the Seven Liberal Arts and Sciences.
The Degrees of Obligation and Penalty.
Some Masonic Questions and Answers.
And illustrated by Symbols.
A development of the Masonic Apron.
Numbers in Freemasonry and their Recurring Nature.
Masonic Jewels - An illustrated Lecture.
The Seven Liberal Arts and Sciences - (Stamps Part 1).
Famous Masons depicted on Stamps - (Stamps Part 2).
Royal Freemasons - (Stamps Part 3).
St Catherine and her Wheel.
Roman Freemasonry.
Reflections on the History of the North Wales Province.
How many Tylers did you say? - Recollections of a wartime prisoner of War.
A Lecture Team renders the Three Degree Ceremonies as practised in Jersey circa 1760



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