Events 2017 / 18

Provincial Visits

Macleod Host Lecture on War & Masonry

9th February 2018


Minerva Study Circle

17th February 2018


Preceptory of Instruction

4th and 25th March 2018

Please make a note in your diaries that due to the fact that POI would fall on Sunday 1st April which is Easter Sunday, POI will also be held the last Sunday of March (25th) as well as the first Sunday (4th)


St George's Dinner

Sunday 22nd April 2018

To Celebrate our Patron Saint in the Traditional Way. The evening is open to all Hertfordshire Knights and their guests, masonic and non masonic and will be held at The Metropolitan Police Sports Club, Aldenham Road, Bushey, Herts. WD23 2TR
NB NEW Venue

Download Application form here when available. Closing date is 7th April 2018
Application form


Abbey Church Service

13th May 2018

The Abbey Church,
Waltham Abbey,

The Annual Provincial Service of Praise will be held at The Abbey Church, Waltham, at 3.00 p.m. on Sunday 13th May 2018. Each Preceptory in the Province is reminded to make arrangements for at least a Banner Bearer to be in attendance to represent them. There will be no need to bring any poles.


KT Away Weekend at York

26th May - 28th May 2018

Fairfield Manor Hotel,
Shipton Road,
York. YO30 1XW

York has evidence of for the presence of people as far back as 7 to 8,000 yrs. BC. It was settled by the Romans then known as “EBORACUM” and to this day the Archbishop of York second most senior bishop in the Church of England signs as “EBOR”. From about 400AD the Anglo Saxons took over and the name became “EOFORWIC” meaning rich in wild boar. They were followed by the Vikings who called it “JORVIC”. Following the Norman Invasion in 1066 York suffered and was badly damaged although it recovered to become the administrative centre for Yorkshire. York began to prosper during the Medieval period and particularly so during the late 14th and early 15th centuries. Being a royalist city York was besieged during the English Civil War eventually being captured by Lord Fairfax in 1644. Recovering from this conflict the city grew and became the 3rd largest City in England after London and Norwich. Each of these periods has left a rich legacy making this one of the most beautiful cities in England.

Please see below for all the details and booking arrangements. The documents give you full details of the weekend. Please view them. The Application form can be downloaded and completed and emailed or printed and posted to the organiser.

Your Registrar will also have these forms and can send them to you. If in any doubt, contact Mike Stanforth, and he will be pleased to assist you.

Application Form
Places to go


St John of Jerusalem
Eye Hospital Gala Dinner

26th June 2018


Provincial Priory

28th June 2018

Provincial Priory will be held at the Metropolitan Police Sports Club in Bushey. The Annual Meeting is proving to be a successful occasion with our biggest attendance last year, so far. The Temple is arranged at The Metropolitan Police Club in Bushey. Thus suggesting that a venue close to the heart of our Province, easy to access, excellent facilities and plenty of parking; continues to attract ever increasing numbers.

The Preceptories are usually well represented and the Parade of The Banners is a most moving part of the afternoon.

In addition to the Appointment of the year's Officers and the welcoming of the many visiting dignitaries from other Provinces, many of whom had travelled great distances to be with us, we should once again be in awe of the Bodyguard with their meticulous drill displaying a marvellous attention to detail, thus enhancing and complementing a complex and superbly organised pageant.

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