...read about this year's Worshipful Master
...read Rev Hugh Mead's brief history of the
...so what is the Lodge doing for charity?
...how do I
become a Freemason?
Here's a selection; so do you recognise any
of the names?
from the 90's
from the 80's
DavidGSpeake (1980-84), GuysdThomas (1976-80),
from the 70's
Nigel Codron (1969-73), JohnGAshxford (1975-79),
from the 60's
Peter Baker (1961-64), David Miles
NicksdCarr (1963-67), JohnGOxlbrich
Stone (1954-59), Stephen Basham (1957-62), NigelsdYoung
(1964-68), Derek Barr (1958-63)
from the 50's
David Cons (1954-57), Keith Smith (1951-55), Barrow
Isaacs (1954-57), Julian Rees (1950-54)
from the 40's
Alan Shotts (1936-40), John Dolby (1940-46)
from the Staff Room
So why have we all joined? Here is what our members say:
|I wanted to do something to do with the
school but I'm not that sporty.
I was already a
Freemason and saw an advert in the OP Magazine. I
wanted to maintain a link with the School so I visited the
Lodge and then joined.
I had been a mason for several years when I was
invited as a guest to an Old Pauline Lodge meeting. I
enjoyed the meeting so much I became a joining member five
years ago and haven't missed a meeting since.
The great sense of
friendship and happiness in each others' company is one of
the joys of a lodge and particularly the Old Pauline Lodge,
where the members not only have the moral experience of
freemasonry in common, but their old school. I can truly
say, there has never been an evening which I have not
enjoyed or both learnt about myself and others, particularly
in terms of people whom I would not normally meet and their
|The Lodge is like a dining club with an
underlying charitable purpose.
||I was already a Mason and
was looking for a London lodge to join. I saw the
article on the Old Pauline, visited and joined.
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