ISSUE 21, April 2007
Editorial
Historic: Philanthropist and scientist: Sir Henry Wellcome
Travel: In Darwin's footsteps
Grand Secretary: Interview with Nigel Brown
Quarterly Communication: Speech by the Pro Grand Master and Report of the Board of General Purposes
Faith and Freemasonry: A Salvationist and the Craft
Young Mason: Keep up the tradition
Freemasons' Hall: Refurbishment
Ladies Groups: Cheshire Ladies Circle
   Library and Museum: Masonry and music - the role of the organ
Specialist Lodge: A new Lodge for showmen is consecrated
Serving the community: Two Masons win major rescue awards
Spain: How a Cleveland Mason found his Spanish roots
Wales: Welsh Mason lands national sporting award
Hospices: The Craft's historic links with hospices
Ancient Craft: Herefordshire's ancient boat builder
Education: Forthcoming events and Andrew Prescott and Own free will and accord and First Universities Scheme Initiate
Masonic Charities: Latest from the four main Masonic charities
Letters, Book reviews, Gardening

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Pictured after the event (L–R):
RWBro. Williamson, Bro. Robin Gerlach, RW Bro. Osborn and VW Bro. Penny
Lodge of St Peter No. 5806 in Exeter has recently joined the Universities Scheme of RW Bro. David Williamson, the Assistant Grand Master (AGM), offering undergraduates the opportunity to join Freemasonry.
    The AGM visited the Lodge for its February meeting and saw the Master, W Bro. Graham Lerwill, initiate Bro. Robin Gerlach, an undergraduate at the University of Exeter.
    Accompanying the AGM were W Bro. Derek Dinsmore and W Bro. Hugh Stubbs, the Scheme’s Lodge liaison officers. Also present were the Provincial Grand Master for Devonshire, RW Bro. Robin Osborn, the Deputy Provincial Grand Master, VW Bro. Michael Penny and the Assistant Provincial Grand Master, W Bro Rev. P Louis Baycock. Seldom can an Initiate have had a more eminent audience!
    The Lodge welcomes Brother Robin and trusts that he will be the first of many undergraduates to become Freemasons under the Universities Scheme in Exeter.



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