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At the end of September 2018, at the Swansea University Fresher’s Fayre, our Past Master and University Scheme Liaison Officer WBro Terry Webber shared a stand with Lodge of Adherence for Order of Women’s Freemasons, to promote and speak to students about Freemasonry.
The Universities Scheme was established by the United Grand Lodge of England in 2005 to build on the success of the two oldest Universities based lodges Apollo University Lodge, Oxford and Issac Newton Lodge, Cambridge. The scheme allows undergraduates, postgraduates, lecturers and other university staff come together in the shared interest in Freemasonry in one of 55 scheme lodges, including Singleton Lodge, Swansea.
Normally you must be 21 years of age to be a Freemason, but under the Universities Scheme you can join from the age of 18 if you are a student in higher education. Under 25s also benefit from reduced dues (membership fees) in order to make Freemasonry more accessible to younger men.
If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a Freemason through the Universities Scheme, please contact us for further information or visit the United Grand Lodge of England’s University Scheme website.
to be held at Tree Tops Country Club, Swansea
Sunday 1st April 2018 at 12.30pm
Proceeds towards children’s Christmas party.
For further information or to book your place, please contact
WBro Nick Savage – firstname.lastname@example.org
At the Regular meeting on Monday 15th January 2018, Singleton Lodge will be honoured by the visit of R.W.Bro. Sir David Wootton, Right Worshipful Assistant Grand Master and President of the Universities Scheme. Our Right Worshipful Provincial Grand Master will also be in attendance.
The Festive Board is now fully booked but if you would like to add your name to a reserve list, in case of cancellations, please send your request by using our contact form here.
On Friday 24th February, 8 Singleton Lodge brethren visited Universities Lodge No. 5461 in Cardiff for a triple second degree ceremony. Pictured are the Singleton and Universities Lodge brethren with W.Bro. C.T. David Roberts-Jones, DepGOrg., the University Scheme Regional Co-ordinator for South-West England and Wales who made a surprise visit just for the occasion!
Download a pdf of all Lodge meetings at Swansea Masonic Hall in February 2017
TLC – Teddies for Loving Care Appeal
Launched in South Wales in September 2016, Singleton Lodge is proud to be amongst the first Lodges in the Province to support the TLC Appeal.
The TLC Appeal objective is for Freemasons to provide teddy bears and soft toys to Accident and Emergency units, for the medical staff, to give, at their discretion, to children admitted who are in severe distress and where the staff feel that a teddy or soft toy to cuddle will help alleviate the stress and assist them in their work.
Pictured left to right W.Bro. D. Gerald Rowbottom, PSGD, PAsstPGM with W.Bro. Terry Webber and W.Bro. James Bevan
Further information on the TLC Appeal can be found here.
Download a pdf of all Lodge meetings in Swansea Masonic Hall for September 2016
The Travelling Gavel moved home again… On the 18th February 2016, the Travelling Gavel was claimed by 11 Brethren from Singleton Lodge at their visit to RP St John Charles Lodge No. 6466 for a double second degree ceremony.
Pictured above are the 11 Brethren accepting the The Travelling Gavel, which was created to promote inter-Lodge visiting and provide the opportunity to meet new friends, visit different Lodge Centres and see different rituals.