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Burns Supper Prestonpans 2010

 

Lodge St John No.788 Inner Guard Bro. George Veal and Treasurer Bro. George Glendinning attended an Burns Supper at Preston Tower No.499 in Prestonpans.

  • Preston Tower Royal Arch Chapter Burns Supper 2011
  • Preston Tower Royal Arch Chapter Burns Supper 2011
  • Preston Tower Royal Arch Chapter Burns Supper 2011
  • Preston Tower Royal Arch Chapter Burns Supper 2011
  • Preston Tower Royal Arch Chapter Burns Supper 2011
  • Preston Tower Royal Arch Chapter Burns Supper 2011
  • Preston Tower Royal Arch Chapter Burns Supper 2011
  • Preston Tower Royal Arch Chapter Burns Supper 2011

On the evening we were treated to a very fine 3 course meal which included Roadside Soup and of Course, Haggis, Neeps and Tatties.  We had a fantastic 'Immortal Memory' of Burns and Holy Willie was so good you would have believed you had just been transported to the 18th Century.

Oh, and I was there with my Guitar - to help them empty the place at closing time :)

 

 

Japanese Tsunami

The north coast of Japan was hit by a horrible tsunami after a 9.0 magnitude earthquake that occurred 80 miles offshore.  As our Secretary said in an E-Mail, the Japanese people are so proud and dignified and taking it all with such great courage.

Bro. Chris Syme has suggested the following link to assist you in making a donation to this worthy cause.

Japan Tsunami Appeal with Toyota in the UK | British Red Cross

www.redcross.org.uk

 

Building of King Solomon's Temple

 

Building of King Solomon's Temple by Cleveleys Lodge of Mark Masons No.1176 E.C.

Lodge St John Corstorphine No.788 and Castle Park Royal Arch Chapter No.520 are hosting the Building of King Solomon's Temple within our premises at Kirk Loan, Edinburgh on Saturday 2nd April 2011.

The Lecture and Demonstration of the Building of the Temple is a very prestigious and rare event and both the Lodge and Chapter would like to give as many people as possible the opportunity to witness this experience as possible.

The Lecture was devised and presented as a one off by the late Bro. Sydney Bates in 1983, but due to demand has now been performed over 500 times throughout the UK and in some parts of Europe, raising in the process large amounts of money for charity.

The Lecture starts with readings from significant areas of the Bible, and continues with information on various parts of the Temple and methods of manufacture whilst a one-thirtieth scale version of King Solomon's Temple is being constructed.

 


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This is a ticketed event which starts at 5.00pm on Saturday 2nd April.  Tickets cost £10.00 each and are available from our Lodge Secretary and Chapter Treasurer and include a meal after the Lecture.

 

 
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