Tercentenary Celebrations Sporting Event

As part of the Tercentenary celebrations next year, the United Grand Lodge of England are gauging whether there is an appetite for national sporting competitions between Provinces, culminating in them being crowned UGLE Champions in that particular sport. This of course, once established and if successful could continue beyond the Tercentenary and become regular annual competitions.

Such sports which come to mind would be Golf, Fishing, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Football, Rugby, etc. and any other competitive sport which Brethren may suggest.

Please respond with your ideas and the probability of arranging a team by email to the Provincial Communications Officer – Nick Woodward provinfo@nwmasons.org by no later the 9 January 2017.

Tercentenary Celebrations Sporting Event

As part of the Tercentenary celebrations next year, the United Grand Lodge of England are gauging whether there is an appetite for national sporting competitions between Provinces, culminating in them being crowned UGLE Champions in that particular sport. This of course, once established and if successful could continue beyond the Tercentenary and become regular annual competitions.

Such sports which come to mind would be Golf, Fishing, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Football, Rugby, etc. and any other competitive sport which Brethren may suggest.

Please respond with your ideas and the probability of arranging a team by email to the Provincial Communications Officer – Nick Woodward provinfo@nwmasons.org by no later the 9 January 2017.

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