ISSUE 14, July 2005

Editorial
The King and the Craft
Quarterly Communication: Speech of the Grand Master and Speech of the Pro Grand Master and Report of the Board of General Purposes Supreme Grand Chapter: Speech of the Pro First Grand Principle and Report of the Committee of General Purposes Grand Lodge dues: Message from the President of the Board of General Purposes
    Masonic Housing: Major changes Finance: Choosing an investment manager Travel: Tantalising Tunisia Goose and Gridiron: Historic Masonic unveiling Extravaganza: Hollywood comes to Grand Lodge Masonic Events: Day of Fun and Medical, University and Legal Lodges' Festival Education: Sheffield Masonic Library and Forthcoming events and The Entered Apprentice Specialist Lodges: Revving up to success and where eagles dare International: The horror of Phuket and Grand Charity team visit disaster area Library and Museum: Fraternal societies Masonic Charities: NMSF and RMBI and RMTGB and Grand Charity
Obituaries, Letters, Book reviews, Gardening

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Revving up to success




The story of how Graham Milton Lodge No. 9796, set up by motorcycle enthusiasts, came about, started in Herefordshire in 2002. I was a visitor at the installation of the Provincial Grand Master, Rodney Smallwood, who was installed by the then Deputy Grand Master, Ian Ross Bryce.
    During the toasts at the Festive Board, it emerged that they were both interested in motorcycling. As a former motorcyclist myself, I had also met members who were similar enthusiasts in my own Province, Northamptonshire and Huntingdonshire.
    Coupled with the knowledge that a Lodge for motorcyclists Lodge of Chevalier de Fer No. 9732 already existed in the Province of Hampshire and Isle of Wight, and the germ of an idea was born.



A motorcycle with Masonic symbols designed by W Bro Jonathan M. Dyson

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