Saturday 2nd July the Masonic Centre at Pangbourne will be open to the public from 11am until 4pm. There will also be a display outside and inside the village hall.
Colin Hayes, the deputy leader of the Berkshire Freemasons, would like to extend a warm welcome to everyone to come and have a look around. Colin says “Just pop in any time between 11am and 4pm. We are in Shooters Hill, Pangbourne. You are assured of a warm welcome and Freemasons will also be on hand to answer your questions in the village hall. Come along and find out what it’s all about”.
The Freemason’s gazebo will be outside the village hall and guides will be available to escort people to the Masonic Hall for a tour of the building. Please drop by to say hello and have your “What’s it All About?” questions answered. Download the leaflet for full details.
The Masonic Hall, 27 Shooters Hill, Pangbourne, RG8 7DZ will be open with member’s available to show you around and answer your questions.
The Berkshire Freemasons have been out and about in towns across the Province of Berkshire and this is just one of a series of ‘Come and Meet Us’ events. After Pangbourne there will be Open Days in Windsor and Sindlesham (Reading) in September. Please check the web site regularly for more information or use the Contact Us tab.
These events provide an opportunity for the whole family to visit the Masonic Halls in Berkshire and find out what Freemasonry is all about as Liana, Darion and Dayton Otoo did recently at Faringdon: