FEBRUARY 23RD 2018 - DETROIT MAGIC -
STAFFORD GATEHOUSE THEATRE
In aid of W.M.'s Charity The Donna Louise trust
Tickets £19.00 - AVAILABLE FROM THE GATEHOUSE
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MAY 18TH 2018 - LYMESTONE BREWERY TOUR
This tour is a great way to sample locally produced beers, learn about brewing, see behind the scenes and have a fun night out with friends. Each tour takes about two hours and always starts with a beer from the bar. After a chat about the history of the building, the brewing industry and the ingredients, Brad from the breqwery will take you into the brewing room and show you how it all works.
The tour ends with a bowl of Lymestone Lobby (veggie options available), crusty bread and butter and a good old chat. All of our food is sourced locally
with our meat coming from local butchers in Stone
and the vegetables, where possible, from local farm shops or
The food is freshly cooked on the premises for each individual tour.
Tour costs £15 per person
Thanks to Bro. McMahon of Staffordshire Knot Lodge 726, an AED (automated external defibrillator) training event was held at the Masonic Hall in March which means that Bro's. M. Clews, M. Coleman, A. Blake and of course R. McMahon, all members of Staffordshire Knot, are now fully certified AED operators.
At our Installation Ceremony on April 19th 2017 four senior Brethren were presented with the Tercentenary Jewel by our Deputy Provincial Grand Master - V.W. Bro John V. Renaudon on behalf of all of the members of Staffordshire Knot Lodge 726, for the many years of service they have given in their offices.
Many thanks for all of your hard work W.Bro's Davies, Talbot, Deaves and Darrant O.B.E.
8th May 2017 - For our last Lodge of Instruction meeting of the masonic year we opened and closed in the three degrees and presented W.Bro A.Henshall with the Tercentenary jewel for the many years service he has given to the lodge as Assistant D.C.
Afterwards we all thoroughly enjoyed a superb Fish and Chip supper.
Those attending: W.Bro's Thompson, Sharples, Henshall, Fritz, Preece, Blake and Bro's Clews, Coleman, Conheeney, McMahon, Smith-Williams.
October 27th 2017's Social Evening, saw near on 50 guests enter the Stafford Maosnic Hall for an evening of Cabaret performed by the excellent Female Vocal Entertainer - Miss Natalie Knight. Our guests enjoyed a superb Fish & Chip Supper and a tour of the Temple room upstairs before the raffle was drawn. The Raffle raised a phenomenal £250 and the evening in total £570.60 towards our Worshipful Masters charity - The Donna Louise - Children's hospice.
Thank you to everyone that attended and supported.
December 30th 2017 was the date when the Stafford Maosnic Hall and Staffordsire Knot Lodge 726 held it's first pantomime within the temple room.
Family and friends of Staffordshire Knot enjoyed 2 hours of entertaining capers delivered by the 6 strong cast in this years production of Little Red Riding Hood.
The evening raised a fastastic £689.00 for the W.M.'s charity and most importantly brought something new and vibrant to the social calendar for freemasonry.