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  1. Greetings Brethren All Our Lodge in Leeds, in the Province of Yorkshire, West Riding, England have just undertaken a very enjoyable trip to a lodge on Dublin in Ireland. The trip was a wonderful experience and highlighted the social side of Freemasonry. Although the ceremony was cut short due to the on-going Covid 19 crisis, we still saw a different ceremony from under a different constitution. The masonic part of the trip can be read about here and the social side can be read about here. I hope you enjoy the read.
  2. That's exactly it. Anyone NOT on the ladder can take part. It's a first degree and the 'candidate' is usually a 'Lodge Elder'. Great fun and as a junior a great way to learn the ritual of Wardens, Deacons, Obligations and WM. We also have a Festive Board, usually away from the lodge.
  3. The tradition in our Lodge is that the proposer buys the candidate his gloves, so usually we don’t get to chose S&C or not. My personal preference is yes. Another tradition, relevant to the discussion, is that the Junior Master buy his team a Masonic gift to be given at The Festive Board after the Junior ceremony. I bought my team each a pair of S&C cufflinks. I also, as part of the Junior team, have received a very nice Masonic pocket square, as well cufflinks and a tie clip. I will sometimes wear the cuff links at a non-masonic black tie event, but it will usually depend on the type of event.
  4. A sincere and fraternal hello from Gods Own County and the fair city of Leeds. We are The Lodge of Dawn 6511 in Leeds. Should anyone in Leeds or the local area be interested in joining Freemasonry, please take a look at our (new, work in progress) website at www.thelodgeofdawn.co.uk. There's lots of information about not only how to join but why you might want to join. We meet at the wonderful Grade II listed, Castle Grove Masonic Hall in leafy Headingley. And indeed should any of the brethren on here be in Leeds on the 4th Tuesday of the month, I would be delighted to welcome you as my guest. Just hop on our website and click on the 'Contact Us' form - it comes to me 🙂 Phil, The Lodge of Dawn 6511
  5. Hi Jake If you haven't found a Masonic home yet, please feel free to take a look at our website. We are The Lodge of Dawn in Leeds and we are based at the wonderful Castle Grove Masonic Hall in Headingley, as mentioned above. We'd be delighted to talk to you. And if you have found a home, then please feel free to come visiting as my host - just DM me. Cheers Phil, The Lodge of Dawn 6511
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