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Doug Allen Charity
Main meetings take place on the second Thursday in the months of October, November, January, February, March, April, and the Installation meeting in May are suspended until later in 2021 When Covid Restrictions are Safe.
Almoner Doug Allen our Charity Brother Announced via our regular Sunday Zoom Meeting. Brethren as we are not attending Normal Lodge Meetings, It would be a good Idea to Help with the Charity donations by Giving a small donation every week. This would allow us to contribute to HELP those less fortunate. We have added a Donation Button to Site it's PayPal. so Feel Free to Use It.
Better Lives is our bi-annual magazine, featuring real stories from the people we help, advice for anyone thinking of applying for support, and news from the MCF. Click on Better lives Book
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The Cubit Club is an initiative developed by the Worcestershire Province to provide both young and new Masons with a medium to socialise and liaise with fellow Masons of a similar age or stage of Masonic development. It supports those brethren new to Freemasonry during the first few years of their Masonic lives. Click on Cubit.
Brethren, Week 51 and we must take the opportunity to congratulate those recently
appointed and promoted to Grand Rank in Craft and Royal Arch.
Congratulations must also go to our PCO, who has taken up another compering role in his
already busy schedule, hosting, guiding and controlling the audience in a new UGLE series of
Take a look at our next part in the series on Worcestershire development from WBro Bill
Mason Also the opportunity to sign up to two more online activities over the next two
weeks is highlighted - the next "An Audience With", and the first virtual Organ Concert from
UGLE in 2021.
Keep strong, keep positive, take the vaccine and stay safe.
The Editorabout those people that perhaps we have a tendency to take for granted, in their support on his own journey.
Keep strong, keep positive, take the vaccine and stay safe.
The Editor
On Thursday 12th August, the DKW loving cup arrived in Wolverhampton from Birmingham on its leg around all the Provence's who have a Lodge associated with the University Scheme. On Friday 13th August, after a breakfast of tea, coffee and bacon baps,  members of Concordia Lodge 5131, accompanied by V.W.Bro. David Thomas, D.P.G.M Staffordshire and W.Bro. John Derry, A.P.G.M Staffordshire, and under the banner of 'Staffies Go Walkies' set off at 10:00am to walk the next leg to Telford. The group had a tremendous send off with representatives from Wolverhampton Samaritans, The Haven Refuge Centre for women and the Midland Freewheelers Blood Bike volunteers. The Bikers were met by W.Bro. Kevin Spencer. D.P.G.M. Staffordshire & Shropshire Mark Master Masons, who have donated Bikes and a car to the organisation. Also present were W.Bro. Mike Dancer with his 1924 Sunbeam open tourer, which was manufactured in Wolverhampton. Also present was Dave Priest with his 1997 1.3 Twin Port Injection Mini Cooper. Dave is a member of the Midlands Mini Club and has attended meetings far and wide. There was also a photo opportunity at Wolverhampton Wanders accompanied by former Wolves player Mel Eves and then outside Wolverhampton University with Professor John Howles, first Worshipful Master of Concordia Lodge in Staffordshire, who developed the male contraceptive pill!! The walkers made good progress and after a pit stop at Albrighton, for a small libation, continued along a very pleasant route skirting RAF Cosford, and arrived at the Holiday Inn Telford at 16:20. They were met by Brethren of Iron Bridge Lodge who were destined to take up the challenge of the next leg.

W.Bro. David J. Evans 
Staffies Go Walking