Day 2 Team leaves Cornwall and travels through Devon. This section of the route is dedicated to Lofty’s nephew who has just had the all clear from Bowl Cancer. One of the causes they are riding for. Want to help then donate to https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/littleandlargecyclechallenge2023 For further details see our dedicated page on the Public Provincial website at https://herefordshiremasons.org.uk/little-large-cycle-challenge/ .
Herefordshire’s Senior Mason, Michael Holland met up with Peder Nielsen at Fromes Hill to carry out a social distanced presentation of the first prize for the Provincial Gardening Competition. At the Hop Pocket were (L) John Pudge the secretary of St Peter’s Lodge, (C) Michael Holland and our prize winner (R) Peder Nielsen with his bottle of single malt. Peder Said “Surprise is an overused word but upon this particular occasion it was used in its right context. Having entered
Many thanks to all those brethren who submitted entries to the Provincial Gardening Competition 2020. When we suggested this competition, we were uncertain as to whether people would respond in any number. However, we have been encouraged by the number of participants and by their efforts. We feel and hope that, if people would like to do this again, we are more than willing to run a similar event next year. We would probably have a different theme as this
The submissions for the gardening competition are all in and the judges, RW Bro Rodney Smallwood PPGM and Mrs Christine Holland the wife of RW Bro Michael Holland our Provincial Grand Master have a very hard job to do sorting out from the diverse selection below 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. All that was needed to enter, was a brief description of how you have used your time wisely during lockdown to create your favourite spot in the garden and
Recent events mean that we have not been able to meet face to face at Lodge meetings, but the flipside being there has been more time to spend in our gardens. By now, I am sure many of you will have gardens to rival the National Trust! As a reward for your labours we are holding a Gardening Competition with the following prizes. 1. A Bottle of Single Malt, 2. A Bottle of Southern Comfort, 3. A Bottle of Quality
The George Long – Tunnard-Moore Golf Competition is played for annually by two members from the same Lodge playing a four ball game against a pair from another Lodge. It is open to pairs from every Lodge within our Province. The competition was inaugurated in 1925 and a silver trophy presented by Charles Tunnard-Moore, a Past Master of the Loyal Hay Lodge, has been played for continually from that year apart from a period during the 1940s due to the