Take a Look at Our BIG PARTY Highlights Video

A gloriously sunny 1st July saw the Masonic Province of North Wales celebrate the Tercentenary of Grand Lodge with a hugely successful BIG PARTY in the extensive grounds of Queen Elizabeth Court Care Home in Llandudno. Attracting over 1400 attendees, including many young families from the local community, the day was a festival of live music, charity, and market stalls, games of skill, fun fair rides, circus performers, circus workshops and craft demonstrations all supported by the Goose & Gridiron licensed bar and catering outlets.

Visitors were astounding to see a secretly planned landing by a Wales Air Ambulance on the adjoining school field. Children, in particular, stood in awe as the big red bird settled no more than 100 metres from them. Provincial Grand Master, Ieuan Redvers Jones, accompanied by Director of Operations for the Masonic Charitable Foundation, Les Hutchison, presented a cheque for £4,000 to the helicopter pilot on the big stage.

All proceeds from the day, which amounted to over £21,000, were donated to the Friends of Queen Elizabeth Court to be used for the benefit of the elderly residents.

Take a look at our highlights’ video professionally produced by Knew Productions of North Wales.

Take a Look at Our BIG PARTY Highlights Video

A gloriously sunny 1st July saw the Masonic Province of North Wales celebrate the Tercentenary of Grand Lodge with a hugely successful BIG PARTY in the extensive grounds of Queen Elizabeth Court Care Home in Llandudno. Attracting over 1400 attendees, including many young families from the local community, the day was a festival of live music, charity, and market stalls, games of skill, fun fair rides, circus performers, circus workshops and craft demonstrations all supported by the Goose & Gridiron licensed bar and catering outlets.

Visitors were astounding to see a secretly planned landing by a Wales Air Ambulance on the adjoining school field. Children, in particular, stood in awe as the big red bird settled no more than 100 metres from them. Provincial Grand Master, Ieuan Redvers Jones, accompanied by Director of Operations for the Masonic Charitable Foundation, Les Hutchison, presented a cheque for £4,000 to the helicopter pilot on the big stage.

All proceeds from the day, which amounted to over £21,000, were donated to the Friends of Queen Elizabeth Court to be used for the benefit of the elderly residents.

Take a look at our highlights’ video professionally produced by Knew Productions of North Wales.

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