Tenbury Wells Freemasons Members Area

The Lodge of St Michael attends the 2018 Tenbury Remembrance Parade

HISTORY IN THE MAKING

Around a dozen members of the Lodge of St Michael, number 1097, together with their Worshipful Master, Ian Suthers, dressed in full masonic regalia marked the comemoration of the centenary of the ending of the First World War by joining in the Tenbury Wells Remembrance Parade.

This was the first time in 70 years that Tenbury masons have paraded openly and they received a warm public welcome from the Mayor of Tenbury, the Chairman of the local British Legion branch and in St Mary's Church by the Revd Mark Inglis - a clear indication of the desire to have the Masons involved in Public life.

The Brethren

This was a superb Parade organised by the Royal British Legion
Headed by the Tenbury Town Band.
It left from Tesco's Market square, paraded up Teme Street, Market Square and Church Street
to the War Memorial at the Church.

 

Many wreaths were laid
followed by a church service.

War Memorial covered in wreaths

The Parade then returned to Tesco's Market Square
Passing the Mayor in front of the Regal on the way

It was then disbanded.