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February 2019

  • The Lodge was treated to a very interesting address  “An Interesting Talk about Bristol Masonry” duly given by The Very Worshipful Bro.Christopher Williams, P.G.Swd,B.
  • There is exciting news coming soon about one of our members who will soon be a Very Worshipful Brother. 9th March 2019, save the date!
  • St. Augustine’s Senior and Junior Wardens attended the Annual Warden’s Dinner hosted at Freemason’s Hall Bristol on 4th February 2019. The purpose of the evening was to meet the new Executive Officers of the Province and to meet the fellow Wardens, who will in due course become the Circle of Masters of their year in the Chair.

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January 2019

St. Augustine Lodge will be celebrating the 1000th regular meeting this coming May. One of the themes of the evening will be to remember the Brethren that served during the two twentieth century world wars.

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April 2018

Croydon 2018

The PGM for Surrey and Brethren of Crescamus and St. Augustine Lodges.

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February 2018

The Brethren of St. Augustine have been selected by the Provincial Grand Master of Bristol to carry out a demonstration of the Bristol Third Degree ceremony Saturday 28th April 2018 to the  Crescamus Lodge 7776 and Surrey’s Light Blues Club situated in Croydon, South London, the  Surrey Light Blues Club being their version of the Bristol Dunckerleys.

This is a huge honour for the Lodge, the last time we were so honoured was in 2008 again in London.
As we will be representing the Province of Bristol our Director of Ceremonies will be demanding our usual high standards at the March and April Third Degree ceremonies.

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May 2017

2017-05-11 4No. PGM

The 984th regular meeting on Thursday 11th May 2017, St. Augustine Lodge had a special visit of the Provincial Grand Master of the Province of County Down in Ireland, the Provincial Grand Master of Gloucestershire, the Provincial Grand Master of Somerset and of course our very own Right Worshipful Provincial Grand Master of Bristol, Alan Vaughn.