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Author: Leicestershire & Rutland Freemasons

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A series of Masonic podcasts from Leicestershire and Rutland Freemasons, with information relating to Freemasonry.
21 Episodes
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In episode 21 we look back at an interview i conducted last week in front of an audience of people who are thinking about joining the Freemasons.
In this episode we look through a paper written in 1968 by W.H.Russell for the Lodge of Research No.2429 in Leicester. www.research2429.org.uk
In this episode, we talk to Peter Kinder and Paul Wallace to check on the plans for Freemasonry in the current lockdown in England, and their plans for Christmas and the New Year.
How do masonic halls operate? and in particular, how do the kitchens work to feed the many members day in day out. In this episode we discuss the operation in Leicester's busy Freemasons' Hall with Nicola Holyoake and chef Greg Prangnell.
I am joined by Peter Kinder and Dale Page as we listen to the stories and achievements of Roger Dakin, the renowned MC and After Dinner Speaker.
In this episode, we look at the role of Membership Officer, at both Lodge and provincial level, and to see the work being undertaken to promote the work Freemasonry plays within the community. We also examine the role of Lodge Mentor's play in ensuring that our new members are looked after.
A team of fundraisers from Leicestershire & Rutland Freemasons have begun to organise a sponsored walk all around the county to raise money for local charities and good causes.Visit the website for more details: https://www.pglleics.org.uk/marching-masons
What is the relationship between the Craft, Royal Arch, and the Mark degree? In this episode, we speak to three of the Provinces leading figures in Mark Masonry.
We talk to two of Freemasonry's keenest cyclist about setting up a cycling club within the Lodge.
What are the similarities between the Military and Freemasonry? We explore the answers with two of the founding members of a Military Lodge, the Tudor Rose Lodge.
In this episode, we discuss the Royal Arch, where it fits into the story told in Craft Freemasonry, and how the order is adapting to suit the needs of the modern Freemason.
We look at the role of Communications Officer in Freemasonry, as the tables are turned on the usual presenter of Square Talk, to understand his thoughts and opinions of how we communicate.
In this episode, we have a "Masonic Short" all about Freemasons Hall in London, and we dive into the role of Lodge Secretary, as we talk with Paul Wallace, the Provincial Grand Secretary of Leicestershire & Rutland.
Freemasons are well known for their charitable giving, but how is this money raised, and how is it distributed to local and national charities?
We talk with Andy Green, the Assistant Provincial Grand Master of Leicestershire & Rutland Freemasons about the Universities Scheme.
In this episode, we put questions to the Provincial Grand Master of Leicestershire & Rutland Freemasons, Peter Kinder.
We talk with three of the founding members of the Union of Rugby Lodge in Leicestershire & Rutland.
In this episode we talk with David Hughes, the Provincial Grand Orator for Leicestershire & Rutland, as we dive into the role, what it is for, and how it benefits Lodge members.
Episode 3. We talk with Bob Reay and Dennis Crommentuijn of the Light Blue.
We speak with the Provincial Grand Almoner, David Highton, about how Lodges are coping under the current restrictions.
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