Province of West Wales
 July 2020 - Update
Re-opening Masonic Buildings
Masonic Centres and Halls were required to close at short notice and with little warning back in March, and they have remained closed ever since. For the full story click here. 
UGLE - First Rising
At the Quarterly Communication in March of this year (which now seems a long time ago), you may remember that RW Bro. Michael Ward, a Deputy Metropolitan Grand Master, presented an explanation of the origins and work of the Membership Working Party.
For full details click here. 
Super Cyclone victims Receive £15,000 from Freemasons.
Some of the thousands of people whose lives were devastated when Super Cyclone Amphan hit Bangladesh and India on 20th May, will be given urgently-needed humanitarian assistance, thanks to a grant of £15,000 supported by Freemasons. For more click here. 
Follow the Province on Social Media
Follow the Province (including the Provincial Grand Master) on Social Media by clicking on the images.
For Freemasons, for families, for everyone. Funded entirely through the generosity of Freemasons and their families, the Masonic Charitable Foundation is one of the largest grant-making charities in the country.
Click here or call 020 3146 3333 for more detals. 
And Finally..........
The PGM's Address 2020
The West Wales Provincial Meetings for 2020 have been postponed for the time being, but the Provincial Grand Master and Grand Superintendent has recorded an address to the Province which you can hear and read by clicking here. 
Cardigan Amateur Boxing Club Donation
The Cardigan Amateur Boxing Club’s head trainer Guy Croft was presented with £6,500. The grant will enable the club to complete the new extension to their gym. For the full story click here. 
Sofas for CarmDas
CarmDAS is a domestic abuse charity in Carmarthen. The West Wales Grand Charity has been pleased to support the charity by providing three new sofas for their communal area, making it a cosy and inviting place once again.  For more click here. 
Friends of AEPOW - New Relatives Meeting Room
The Friends of AEPOW committee decided to build two rooms for residents to see their relatives, at a cost of about £15k. The Friends Committee decided that they would pay half the cost to assist the RMBI. For further detail click here. 
National Masonic Vehicle Association
For those fellow petrol heads in our midst, you may be interested to hear that progress is being made nationally on the formation of a National Masonic Vehicle Association.
The aim is to create a mechanism whereby like-minded Freemasons can be introduced to each other. Speaking to various brethren around our Province over the last couple of years, it is surprising just how many of us share this common interest.

Click here to read more.
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