Remembrance Sunday Service at the War Memorial, Wallasey

Wallasey Freemasons were proudly represented by local Brethren proudly attired in their Masonic Regalia during the parade from the Royal British Legion Wallasey Branch in Withens Lane, Wallasey, to the War Memorial on the banks of the River Mersey.

The service of Commemoration was presided over by Reverend Bruce Harry.   A large number of local residents attended the service together with Angela Eagle MP for Wallasey, representatives of the Council, Royal British Legion, RNA, RAFA, RAOB, RNLI and the Ambulance, Fire and Police Services.  Many other organisations including the Freemasons were also well represented.

Wallasey Freemasons laid a commemorative wreath, the attached message saying ‘To all the men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice, they will be remembered’.

Many other local Freemasons were present at the service and witnessed four of the Brethren lay the wreath on their behalf.

 L to R W.Bros. Geoff Lloyd, W.Bro. Jeff Cunningham, Bro. Mark Robinson, Bro. Stephen Crane and Bro. Darren Crane
L to R
W.Bros. Geoff Lloyd, W.Bro. Jeff Cunningham, Bro. Mark Robinson, Bro. Stephen Crane and Bro. Darren Crane

The wreath laid on behalf of Wallasey Freemasons
The wreath laid on behalf of Wallasey Freemasons

Rev. Bruce Harry conducted the service
Rev. Bruce Harry conducted the service

W.Bro. Stanley Wilson lays the wreath
WBro Stanley Wilson lays the wreath

W.Bro. Stanley Wilson takes the salute on behalf of Wallasey Freemasons, accompanied by Bro. Stephen Crane, W.Bro. Geoff Lloyd and Bro. Mark Robinson
W.Bro. Stanley Wilson takes the salute on behalf of Wallasey Freemasons, accompanied by Bro. Stephen Crane, W.Bro. Geoff Lloyd and Bro. Mark Robinson

 

 

2 thoughts on “Remembrance Sunday Service at the War Memorial, Wallasey

  1. It was fantastic to see the Brethren representing the Province and Freemasonry in general. Their involvement in the parade seemed to be well received by all concerned. I look forward to supporting this initiative next year.

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