© 2021 Home 150th Installation Burns Supper Christmas LRUK visit EMA visit


Check out these pages from time to time to find out what Lodge Albert's brethren has been up to, or to keep abreast of forthcoming events!

RWM Bro Duncan Erskine recieving a Stone Carved Keystone, presented to the Lodge by Bro Robin McIntyre, PM, Lodge Ancient Stirling 30

30th November 2019

Fraternal Visit to Morton Lodge 89, Lerwick, Shetland

To work a 1st Degree on one of their own!

Click here to view the pictures!

Click the Image above to enter the 150th Anniversary Pages and Photographs

Bother Duncan Erskine, RWM, presenting a cheque for £300 to Mr. John Fearn, Manager, Asbestos Action Tayside.

Pictured also is Brother Peter Taylor PM & PPG Sec of Forfarshire.

The Provincial Grand Lodge of Forfarshire featured on live radio on the 24th October 2013.

Click on the Wave 102 Logo above and hear what was being said!

RWM Bro. Bruce Erskine presenting a cheque for £500, on behalf of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Forfarshire to Kingspark School.

The money raised was part of the Grand Master Mason's "Caring and Sharing Society"  Appeal. Kingspark has approximately 130 pupils, aged between five and eighteen years. All of the pupils have learning difficulties and many have additional physical disabilities or medical problems.

Pictiured also is Bros Duncan Erskine, PPGSW of Forfarshire. Sydney Rollo, Secretary and John Black

A donation of £500 was made to Asbestos Action Tayside by the Provincial Grand Lodge of Forfarshire.

This charity was recommended by Lodge Albert No 448 and Lodge Discovery No 1789.
Bro Duncan Erskine presented the cheque to Alison Blake, manager of the charity.

Pictured are Bro Jim Bain, RWM 1789, Bro Duncan Erskine, PGL Almoner. Alison Blake, Bro Garry Bertie, RWM 448 and Bro Peter Taylor, PGL Secretary.

Bro. Duncan Erskine, RWM of Lodge Albert 448, presenting a cheque for £300 on behalf of the PGL of Forfarshire to Rosie Summerton from Art Angel, Dundee.
Art Angel is an arts advocacy project run for and by people with experience of mental health difficulties, offering a wide spectrum of arts and crafts based activities as a means of positive self-expression, creative exploration, self-development through creativity, developing communication and peer support.

Also in the photo are Mrs Tracy Taylor and Bro. Peter S Taylor, Past PG Secretary.

More Charitable Donations from across the Province can be seen on the Provincial Grand Lodge of Forfarshire's website, including an intrepid climb up Kilimanjaro by 2 of of our own Brethren: Bros David Taylor and Richie Fenwick.

Click here for the report and pictures!

A donation of £500 made to the Francis Wright Pre-school centre