Freemasons join forces on Remembrance Sunday

Craft Freemasons along with Freemasons from other Masonic Orders paraded together to lay wreaths at Fleetwood Cenotaph in the town’s Memorial Park to honour Freemasons who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country by laying down their lives in two World Wars as well as in other conflicts.

Bob Boal, the immediate past master of another Masonic Order, met up with Assistant Provincial Grand Master Harry Cox, Vice Chairman of North Fylde Group Peter Greathead and Secretary of North Fylde Group Alan Lock and group mentor Damon Tait.

They joined forces with 100s of other Fleetwood townspeople, civic dignitaries, representatives of the armed forces, youth groups and other local organisations, all there to pay homage to those who died defending their country.

As Fleetwood Remembrance Sunday was blessed by a bright sunny day, local people turned out to in their 100s to take part in the service of Remembrance.

Pictured from left to right, are: Damon Tait, Bob Boal, Harry Cox, Alan Lock and Peter Greathead who laid wreaths at Fleetwood to honour fallen Freemasons

Pictured from left to right, are: Damon Tait, Bob Boal, Harry Cox, Alan Lock and Peter Greathead who laid wreaths at Fleetwood to honour fallen Freemasons

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