Weatheroak Lodge Clay Pigeon Shoot 22nd July 2017

The Weatheroak Lodge Shoot was held on Saturday 22nd July at Earlswood, we
had a record attendance of 33 people including a number of ladies, the
weather was fine although rain looked a threat. Following the Shoot we all
went to the Club House where Bro's Darren and Mike, who had organised the
day, prepared a wonderful B B Q and we all had a good meal and a pint !!
The Robert Amos Memorial Trophy had joint winners with excellent scores of
22 out of 25 possible clays, Bro Nathan and my Grandson George both received
this very worthy Trophy.
Well done Darren and Mike, looking forward to next year.

W Bro Alan Morris      

Pictures of taken at the Shoot

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M Fest 300  Masonic day Out arranged by the Provinces of Worcestershire,Warwickshire, Staffordshire and Shropshire.   24th JUNE 2017



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The Official Opening was carried out by RW. Bro. D K. Williamson PAGM who was accompanied by three bike Riders who had cycled from Great Queen Stree and arrived on time.

From Weatheroak Lodge No. 7214 there were 17 attending, 3 masons , W Bro G Egginton, Bro A Smith, myself and friends and family.

We had a nice relaxing evening on the Friday a few drinks and a BBQ.

On the Saturday, there was a full day of entertainment which built as the evening progressed, dog show, horses, fairground rides lots to eat and drink, an unbelievable re-enactment of the battle of the Alamo with around 800 taking part, then later in the day a men’s choir, Abba tribute which had everyone up singing and dancing, some rousing old songs from a lovely soprano, then the hot air balloons firing their burners in time with the beat of well-known classical scores, and finally; and what a finale the most spectacular firework display I think I have ever seen, truly magnificent.

I take my proverbial hat off to the organisers who did a tremendous job, and of course the weather held, which only added to an already memorable day.

Let’s hope it won’t be another 300 years before we can do it again.

If you want to see more  there is a great video on THE PGL Worcestershire Website

W Bro D R Brough PProv JGD.


We do contribute to Masonic Charities and we also make donations to non-Masonic Charities. 

Charities we have recently made donations to are:-

The Teddy Bears Appeal  where children in hospital are given a Teddy Bear.

Saltways Care Home in Redditch - we helped with the purchase of a mini-bus to transport patients on visits

The Birmingham Children's Hospital Charities.

Motor Neurones Andrew Stanley Tribute Fund.

Victoria School for the Disabled in Northfield, Birmingham.