Wrexham Explorer Scouts Visit Ruabon Masonic Hall

A recent visit to the Ruabon Masonic Hall by the Coedpoeth, Wrexham Explorer Scouts was attended by 12 Scouts together with 3 Scout Leaders and 5 adults.

The evening, which was thoroughly enjoyed by all, involved a brief talk on the history of Freemasonry and an explanation of a Masonic Lodge together with various similarities that are shared by the Mark and Craft Orders by W.Bro. John Crump of Gredington Lodge.

W. Bro. Peter Butler of Dyfrdwy Lodge explained the Aprons of the various Degrees together with the Collar Jewels. R.W. Bro. T Gareth Williams, Past Provincial Grand Master, Mark Master Masons of North Wales; gave details on the Mark Degree together with descriptions of the masons’ marks found on local buildings including Valle Crucis Abbey as well as showing examples of The Mark Token.

The Masonic Charities and the TLC scheme (Teddies for Loving Care) were illustrated and explained by W.Bro. Philip James, Provincial Grand Charity Steward. Province of North Wales. The Holy Royal Arch degree together with the regalia was covered by Comp. Steven O’Neill of Wynnstay Chapter. A question and answer session was followed by refreshments in the School Room.

Wrexham Explorer Scouts Visit Ruabon Masonic Hall

A recent visit to the Ruabon Masonic Hall by the Coedpoeth, Wrexham Explorer Scouts was attended by 12 Scouts together with 3 Scout Leaders and 5 adults.

The evening, which was thoroughly enjoyed by all, involved a brief talk on the history of Freemasonry and an explanation of a Masonic Lodge together with various similarities that are shared by the Mark and Craft Orders by W.Bro. John Crump of Gredington Lodge.

W. Bro. Peter Butler of Dyfrdwy Lodge explained the Aprons of the various Degrees together with the Collar Jewels. R.W. Bro. T Gareth Williams, Past Provincial Grand Master, Mark Master Masons of North Wales; gave details on the Mark Degree together with descriptions of the masons’ marks found on local buildings including Valle Crucis Abbey as well as showing examples of The Mark Token.

The Masonic Charities and the TLC scheme (Teddies for Loving Care) were illustrated and explained by W.Bro. Philip James, Provincial Grand Charity Steward. Province of North Wales. The Holy Royal Arch degree together with the regalia was covered by Comp. Steven O’Neill of Wynnstay Chapter. A question and answer session was followed by refreshments in the School Room.

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