UPDATE - Speakers confirmed: 2019 Provincial Lecture Competition
UPDATE - Speakers confirmed!
1st April - Redditch
David Wilson - Masonry and South American Revolutions
Robert Johnson - TBA
John Pegler - "Daniel Gooch"
9th April - Worcester
Damon Lord - Pearl of the Orient, The Masonic foundation of a modern nation
Tony Bates - TBA
11th April - Stourport
David Rushforth - Masons in POW camps and on the battlefield
Ken Elston - The stamps that became a tracing board
John Harmshaw - The flowers that bloom in the spring, Gilbert & Sullivan and masonic values
Interest in the 2019 Provincial Lecture Competition is gathering pace. A third date has now been added to the listing, at Rainbow Hill Worcester on the 9th April.The full listing now stands as follows
All these events will start at 7.30 prompt with the bar open from 7.00 pm
No pre-booking is required to attend in the audience and there will be no admission charge. All masons are welcome, as are their families and friends.
As ever, each evening is open to ALL brethren to attend and make their daily advancement in Masonic Knowledge. Tea and coffee will be available and the bar will be open for other refreshments. The topics covered this year are as wide and varied as Masonry itself, so come along and support a brother from your hall!
Have you ever wondered where to get the inspiration and information to write your own lecture or presentation?
Take advantage of the new "Solomon" web-site from the UGLE. Papers covering all the degree of Craft, and the Royal Arch, are available to read, as well as topics on being a Preceptor or Mentor to your lodge. It's a great place to start your Masonic journey, so log onto: https://solomon.ugle.org.uk/
You never know, let your imagination take flight. YOU might be entering the 2020 Lecture competition!
Further information contact W Bro Kerry Parkes Provincial Orator firstname.lastname@example.org
"These Provincial Lectures provide an excellent vehicle for daily advancement in Freemasonry, not only for the individual but a further benefit is the opportunity to share that advancement with others and thereby advancing their knowledge in Freemasonry.
A truly enjoyable experience and shared amongst Masons as only Masons know how."
David Rushforth, former contestant.
"I used to enter because I am a Mason, I enter now because I'm a Masochist".
W Bro Ken Elston.
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