Quatuor Coronati Lodge: Next Meeting

Quatuor Coronati Lodge meets five times a year on the second Thursday in November (Installation); third Thursday in February; second Thursday in May; fourth Thursday in June; and second Thursday in September. Lodge meetings are usually held in Room 9 at Freemasons’ Hall, Great Queen Street, London. 

Thursday, 11 May 2017 at 4.00 p.m.

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The Lodge will meet on Thursday, 11 May 2017, at 4.00 p.m. at FMH, Great Queen Street, London.

The subject for the evening’s lecture is ‘The Warrington Academy and Freemasonry: Education, Charity and Self-help in Warrington during the eighteenth century’.  The lecture will be given by Dr David Harrison.

You can book to dine by downloading and completing the Dining Form – May 2017.

Please scan and return by email to dine@quatuorcoronati.com or via post to David Peck, 20 Wykeham Gate, Haddenham, Aylesbury, Bucks, HP17 8DF. If posted, the Dining Form should be accompanied by a cheque made payable to QCCC Limited. Payments can also be made via bank transfer (please contact David Peck by email for details), or by PayPal or Credit Card using the ‘Donate’ button on the website. If paying by PayPal or Credit Card, please increase your payment by £2.00 to cover processing charges and please don’t forget to email us the Dining Form to reserve your place.

The Summons for the May meeting can be opened and downloaded here: QC Summons May 2017.

David Harrison’s talk can be viewed here: May 2017 Lecture

 

 

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