Provincial shop opens

A new range of Provincial Craft and Royal Arch ties, pocket squares and cufflinks have been designed.

The Grand Superintendent, Tony Harrison is pictured wearing the new Royal Arch tie and pocket square on a visit to Warington Museum.

The Grand Superintendent, Tony Harrison is pictured wearing the new Royal Arch tie and pocket square on a visit to Warington Museum.

The products all prominently feature the Provincial Crest, the ties also feature the Red Rose of Lancashire.

All the products are available to order from the Provincial shop on the Provincial website www.westlancsfreemasons.org.uk/provincial-shop/

The Provincial Grand Master Tony Harrison has said that it is his wish that all brethren representing him at Craft and Royal Arch meetings, along with acting officers wear the new Provincial ties. He would also be pleased if brethren across the Province wear the Provincial ties in their lodges and chapters.

All proceeds from the products sold in the Provincial Shop will go to the West Lancashire Masonic Charitable Foundation 2021 Festival.

The new Provincial ties can be worn to Craft and Royal Arch meetings and in public in the Province, however, they cannot be worn when attending Craft and Royal Arch meetings in other Provinces or in Grand Lodge or Supreme Grand Chapter.

Pictured from left to right, wearing the new Craft tie and pocket square, are: Kevin Poynton, Tony Harrison and Keith Kemp.

Pictured from left to right, wearing the new Craft tie and pocket square, are: Kevin Poynton, Tony Harrison and Keith Kemp.

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