Twenty Five years ago the Cheshire Masonic Caravan Fellowship was set to enable “Cheshire Masonic Caravan Enthusiasts” the opportunity of spending a few nights away with their families and friends at some remote part of the Province to relax, walk, play bowls and enjoy each other’s company. The Fellowship had their own marquees, Pennant, Communal Camping Stoves and the most importantly a cork screw. Many enjoyable times were spent including a trip to France; obviously to renew their supply of wine. Now their numbers have dwindled despite attempts to keep the Fellowship going. This year they decided to close but not without passing a Cheque to our Provincial Grand Master Stephen Martin Blank in aid of Masonic Charities, the money had been accrued over a number of years, £250.00 will go the TLC fund and the remainder of £621 to CFC. The Fellowship Pennant always seen flying
amongst their parked caravans will be retained as a memento of many happy days spent in the lush green caravan sites of Cheshire.
Arthur Rigby Chairman, Stephen Blank PGM; Bob Prichard Secretary present at
A happy group of Cheshire Masonic Caravan Members out on a sunny walk
An idyllic Caravan Site somewhere in Leafy Cheshire
Members stop from their Bowling Match to refresh with a hot cup of Coco