Local News Archive

  • Welcome to our new website

    Following the launch of our new website, I would like to take this opportunity to ask all the brethren and companions to regularly visit the website where you will be able to find out everything that is happening in the Warrington group.

  • Plants for sale at Eccleshome

    The Ecclesholme summer fair was opened by Tony Harrison, Provincial Grand Master accompanied by his wife Maureen. Alan Greggs and his wife Val, with the help of Nicky Leather and Derek Hazlehurst manned the Warrington stall.

  • David visits the museum

    David Grainger, Assistant Provincial Grand Master recently visited the Warrington Masonic Hall and enjoyed a guided tour by Chris Eyres (group chairman).

  • Boteler’s trio

    Boteler Lodge No 7367 was founded in 1955 by some of the leading industrialists in Warrington and it has continued to maintain a high standard in dining.

  • Visitors from across the pond

    Sheila and Rick Jackson, friends of Nick Woodward a member of Warrington Lodge of Concord No 1250, accompanied him on a visit to the Warrington Masonic Hall and Museum, whilst on a visit to the area…

  • Warrington at the Ball

    Pomp and ceremony was the order of the night as the Province celebrated its 155th Festival and Ball.

  • Congratulations Stan and Brenda

    Stan and his lovely wife Brenda recently celebrated their marriage of 60 years. Stan and Brenda are well known to Warrington Masons and have supported many Masonic events and still prove to very active. Stan is a grand officer and staunch supporter of the Warrington Group Masonic Fellowship. He also has been President for several […]

  • Solomon bear has found a new home

    An unnamed bear has been seen frequenting the bar at the Masonic hall in recent times, and has been observed sitting on the corner of the bar asking people to help him with his identity. However, he disappeared on Wednesday evening, causing great concern to members and staff. He was last spotted traveling in a […]

  • 'Flutiful', Leonie Maxwell, and Philip O’Connor after the concert.

    Candlelight Concert

    The group vice chairman Andy Barton, group secretary John McIntyre, and their wives Kathy and Pat, recently enjoyed a Charity Candlelight concert held at the Cairo Street Unitarian Chapel, in aid of the Warrington Homeless Shelter. The event was organised by Mrs Zubia Hawcroft, a member of the chapel, also a volunteer at the homeless […]

  • Lieutenant Percy Carter

    In Remembrance

    Did you know that two Warrington Masons died in the First World War ? Lieutenant Percy Carter was 41 years of age and Lance-Corporal William H Robinson was 39 years of age.