The meeting of St. Johns Lodge No.328 on the 6th Nov. was a unique occasion, unlikely to witnessed again by the brethren during the rest of their Masonic careers.

W.Bro. BlunsdenW.Bro. Frank Brunsden gave a marvellous rendition of the extended version of the Second Degree tracing board just 6 days before he celebrated his 100th birthday. Those present were aware that Lodge history was being created before their very eyes, and never has this difficult piece of ritual engaged such an attentive assembly, an experience for us all – even more so for the two young Masons fortunate enough to be the recipients of the work.

During the meeting honorary membership of the Lodge was bestowed on W. Bro.Brunsden, and presentations were made to mark the occasion by our visiting Grand Officer W.Bro. Peter Carrick, and W.Bro.Bruce Shepherd (Worshipful Master). A eloquent tribute to W.Bro.Frank’s Masonic career was then given by W Bro. John Attwood, Past Assistant Provincial Grand Master for Devonshire.


  • Treasure Hunt & Cream Tea +

    On Saturday 15th July we will be holding a Treasure Hunt followed by a Cream Tea. There is no charge to enter the treasure hunt but cream teas will be £2.50 each.

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  • Visiting +

    Here is poem I have written about visiting. Feel free to use it but please do accredit it to the author.

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  • PGM on BBC Radio Devon +

    R.W.Bro Ian Kingsbury, Provincial Grand Master for Devonshire, has been invited to appear on Michael Chequer’s programme on BBC Radio Devon, on Saturday 8th August 2015, between 0900-1000.

  • Initiate's dad is now his brother! +

    Our April meeting was an initiation and with the rehearsals out of the way everybody was looking forward to an enjoyable ceremony. However, this initiation was going to be a little different from our usual ceremonies.

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  • Anode Charity +

    On Monday 3rd March Nigel Williams, founder of the charity Anode, was invited to our Festive Board to give a talk on how Anode is helping families in the Bay.

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