The bUGLE – 24/01/2020

by | Feb 4, 2020

Provincial Social Media stats for December 2019!

The time has arrived to see where your Province ranks in the social media statistics for December.

View the Provincial Facebook stats here

View the Provincial Instagram stats here

View the Provincial Twitter stats here

Keep up the good work!

PCO Forum 2020

We are very excited to welcome 48 Provincial Communications Officers next week for the PCO Forum at Freemasons’ Hall.

The Forum is an annual meeting of the 48 communications leads from around England, Wales and the Channel Islands – responsible for communications output in their region. The meeting is designed to empower the PCOs and assure that they feel confident in their roles.

Keep an eye out for the next edition of this newsletter to see the review of the event with exclusive photos!

 

Trading Standards It has come to our attention that a complaint was recently made to Trading Standards in respect of certain Masonic dining fees.  We believe that the complaint is misconceived on multiple grounds, but if you are aware of any previous Trading Standards investigations into Lodges or Masonic Centres in your Province then we should be grateful if you would contact Donald Taylor with details at dtaylor@ugle.org.uk.

 

‘Oh no they didn’t. Oh, yes they did’… Sussex Freemasons deliver Peter Pan pantomime!

 

A packed house at the Metropole Hotel in Brighton on 29th December saw the Peter Pan pantomime brilliantly delivered by an all-star host of Sussex Freemasons to a lively and appreciative audience of all ages.

The show, staged and supported with the outstanding help and assistance of David Hill and his E3 Production company, was a complete success and raised a fantastic £13,100 toward the refurbishment of their Provincial Centre in Brighton.

Everyone taking part delivered bravura performances and a fabulous evening of family entertainment were thoroughly enjoyed by young and old alike.

John Hornblow, Assistant Provincial Grand Master of Sussex and Chair of the Provincial Fundraising Committee, which organised, promoted and took part in the event, said ‘This was an outstanding effort by a top team over many months.

‘I would like to thank everyone involved for all their hard work, enthusiasm and sustained efforts in making this amazing event happen. I would also like to thank Dave Hill, E3 Productions and his team for all the support and encouragement they have given in helping Sussex Freemasonry deliver this show.’

Find out more about the event here.

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