March 1st. 2015 was not only significant as being St. David’s Day, it marked the launch of the Colonnade club in the Province of South Wales at the prestigious Wales Millennium Centre.
This club is an exciting development for younger Freemasons in the province, offering an opportunity for them to meet, socialise with their peers and develop their Masonic proficiency, knowledge and experience.
Membership is open to all members of the province under 45 years of age, and members of other provinces who live or work within the provincial boundaries.
The inaugural meeting was attended by nearly thirty of the fifty plus founder members, and addressed by its Chairman, Ben Gait and the PGM. A number of the Provincial Executive were also in attendance, lending their support and enjoying the enthusiasm of the founders.
Pictured above are: Ben Gait (Chairman), Gareth Jones (PGM and President) and some of the founder members.
We wish them every success. The future of our Province lies with them and their peers.
Pictured: Deputy Provincial Grand Master, V.W.Bro. H. E. Roy Woodward chats to W.Bro. Matthew Sims, Master of Caradoc Lodge No.1573