The Scout Lodge of Mark Master Masons

The Mark Lodge for those with Scouting Affinities


General calendar  

The Scout Lodge meets only three times a year, each occasion being early on a Saturday afternoon, usually preceded with a rehearsal and/or a committee meeting. The Saturdays for your diary are all the third weekends of the following months (occasionally however, we meet on a different Saturday - travelling to other Provinces requires us to be mindful of their calendars):




The February meeting is our Installation meeting.



Upcoming Meeting

February 2015  
Our February meeting will of course be our Installation meeting where Bro John Taylor will become or Master for the ensuing year.    


Recent Meetings

June Meeting 2013  

Early summer took the Lodge to Royston in the Province of Hertfordshire. As ever, were thoroughly entertained by Rikki, the local County Commisioner as he presented an excellent talk about Scouting in the area.

It also witnessed the first meeting of our new RAM Lodge, The Scout Lodge of RAM; where we Elevated two new members - what a great start!

For further details please follow the "Communiqué" link



February Meeting 2013  

Back to HQ for the Istallation of WBro Les Sinclair, which the Master WBro Frank acheived in superb, meaningful and a very personable manner - compleated with a huge grin! We also proposed the formation and mooring of our own RAM Lodge; The Scout Lodge of RAM, and we Elevated Bro Neil Leatherland. All in all a very busy day!

 For further details please follow the "Communiqué" link



September Meeting 2012  

Late summer 2012 took us on a sojourn South as far as the geography would allow to Chichester. We were graced by the presence of our own PGM, RWBro Bob and RWBro martin Wilson, PGM for Sussex. We also welcomed Bros John Beresford and Philip Hughes into our midst.

For further details please follow the "Communiqué" link



June Meeting 2012  

Our 8th meeting witnessed us traveling North to Durham. All who attended (and it was graced with nearly 100 signing the Tyler's book) had a wonderful time.

Please visit the "Communiqué" link for further details (available in due course.)


February Meeting 2012  

Our third Installation Meeting at HQ saw Bro Frank Milner Installed as our WM for the ensuing year. On this ocassion, our Installing Master WBro Stuart Goold was unable to be present, so our Primus Master WBro Tony Harvey occupied the Chair.

We also had an advancee, Bro Peter Clarke, who was advanced in superb style by WBro Paul Barrass. Furthermore, we had to joining members, MWBro Benjamin Addy, Pro Grand Master and WBro Stuart Ingram, APGM for Durham.

All-in-all a very busy afternoon, one which was enjoyed by all.

For further details please follow the "Communiqué" link



September Meeting 2011  

Autumn 2011 saw the Scout Lodge sojourn South West to Bath, Somerset. Bath, masonically speaking, is based in a beautiful old hall, housing the famous Masonic Museum, and, Royal Cumberland Lodge (Time Immemorial) - our hosts for the formal meeting. A great time was had by all.

For further details please follow the "Communiqué" link



June Meeting 2011  

June saw us heading west to North Wales, to Elwy Masonic Hall in Rhyl. Under the guidance of our hosts, Hunter Lodge, we enjoyed a fabulous meeting in the presence of both our PGM and the PGM of North Wales, RWBro Garrath Williams.

For further details please follow the "Communiqué" link



February Meeting 2011  

Once again, we returned to Cleve Lodge for our 2nd Installation Meeting, where WBro Stuart Goold was successfully installed as our second Master. The ceremony ran very well, but as is becoming normal for our Lodge, with humour in abundance - but most certainly not at the expense of humility

For further details please follow the "Communiqué" link



September Meeting 2010  

Our September meeting took us to Saxon Hall, Southend-On-Sea, where we successfully balloted for our Master Elect WBro Stuart Goold, and the Treasurer WBro Graham Jones. A proposition was carried allowing the new Master to appoint his chosen Tyler at the February meeting.

After the Lodge had been closed, our Ladies and non Mark Masons were admitted, the afternoon's presentation then followed, an excellent talk from Matt Mills, DCC for Essex entitled: "Scouting In Essex, Successes and Challenges.

An excellent, white table festive board followed, allowing many aspects of Scouting and Masonry to be discussed in an informal manner.

For further details please follow the "Communiqué" link



The Scout Lodge of Mark Master Masons