Download a pdf of all Lodge meetings at Swansea Masonic Hall in April 2016
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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.
Download a pdf of all Lodge meetings at Swansea Masonic Hall in February 2016
Monday, 18th January 2016 saw the Passing of two candidates to the 2nd Degree and the Initiation of an impressive FIVE candidates into Freemasonry. The candidates were a mixture of local gentlemen, and students who approached the Lodge through the UGLE Universities Scheme. It would be tempting to describe such an occasion as unique but it is becoming increasingly commonplace for Singleton Lodge which has been regularly carrying out multiple ceremonies with multiple candidates since joining the Universities Scheme back in 2008. (more…)
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Singleton Lodge organised an evening of Entertainment for Masons and Non-Masonic Guests including a Tour of the Temple on Saturday 24th October 2015.
The event was a sell-out and was attended by 96 people. Following the tour of the temple conducted by W.Bro. Norman England an excellent dinner was enjoyed by all. Following the dinner live music entertainment was provided by International Female Vocalist, Sarah Barry Williams and during the interlude the raffle was drawn and an entertaining game of heads and tails was conducted by Bro. Tony John. At the end of the night, W.Bro. James Bevan was delighted to announce that almost £600 had been raised towards the 2021 Festival Appeal.